Le Labo | Thé Noir 29

Hey guys!

Continuing on with our obsession with collecting perfumes, we popped into Le Labo and discovered that they had released a new scent (at least new for Australia) called ‘Thé Noir 29’.

If you haven’t read our previous post on Le Labo ‘Rose 31’ and for more background information on the brand, please check it out -> HERE -<

So basically, this scent smells quite like a darker version of the ‘Rose 31’ and I would say leaning more towards a scent for cold weather. It is more of very woody sweet smell and was actually inspired by black tea. Due to the method of extraction of the black tea scent, it leaves a subtle dry tobacco feeling to the perfume while the top notes such as fig and cedar make the perfume more feminine and creates a sensual yet cosy essence to it. It is quite strong and has long wear as per most Le Labo perfumes so we just like to spray 1-2 spritz of it in our hair and throughout the day, the scent wears down and leaves a subtle sweet warm aura.

This scent is definitely one of our favourites right now BUT we would say to definitely check it out in store first if you are considering a purchase as it is one of those scents that people generally LOVE or HATE!


Top notes: bergamot, fig, bay leaf

Middle notes: cedar, vetiver, musk

Base notes: hay, tobacco

Hope you guys enjoyed this post! If you haven’t read our previous posts already, make sure to check them out below:

Seoul Fashion Week | SJYP | Seoul Fashion Week: Fall 2016

Seoul Fashion Week | R. Shemiste | Seoul Fashion Week: Fall 2016

xx Izzy & Vivvy

Please note, we do not own any of the above images.

Images sourced:

Le Labo Fragrances


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