An iconic intense black tea perfume gets a lighter cologne counterpart while a water-inspired scent looks to the sun and even air for a dose of inspiration.
Bulgari Eau Parfumée au thé noir (from $139) This black-tea-inspired cologne gives you the option of going light yet still sensual, the latter DNA coming from the 2015 original of the Eau Parfumée au thé noir Intense. Expect top notes of damask rose absolute and bergamot essence, followed by notes of magnolia, patchouli, oud wood and the fragrant resin of the rare Aquilaria tree.
Giorgio Armani Sun Di Gioia EDP and Air Di Gioia EDP (from $99 each) While the original Acqua Di Gioia was inspired by the freshness and energy of water, these two new additions look to radiant sunlight and invigorating air. Sun Di Gioia has bergamot-freesia, frangipaniylang-ylang-sambac jasmine, and a base of iris, vanilla, and benzoin – all very warm. Air Di Gioia, on the other hand, is a woody-citrus scent with mandarin-neroli, peony and patchouli.