The scent of white tea is one of the most beloved fragrances in the world.
But is it really that effective at making your home smell better?
According to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, the answer is yes.
Researchers at the University of Exeter and the University College London looked at the effects of white-tea scent on people’s perceptions of the scent of their own home.
The researchers used the scent and temperature of white teas in the home to gauge how well they would perceive the smell of their home to be.
They then measured how people would respond to the scent if it was from a white-coated cup.
The results showed that a cup of white coffee that had been covered with a white tea-soaked paper towel was significantly more effective at enhancing people’s perception of the smell than a cup that had not been covered.
What’s more, the results were the same regardless of whether or not the white paper towel had been used.
The researchers say the results suggest that the “white paper towel effect” is more likely to work on people who are accustomed to smelling white tea, rather than those who do not.
The study also suggests that it may be better to use a white towel to cover a white coffee mug than to cover it with a tea towel.
This may explain why the scent doesn’t seem to have any immediate effect on people.
The authors of the study said:We know that people are very sensitive to the smell and can detect and detect a scent for up to an hour, so a short amount of time could cause some people to become overwhelmed by the smell.
However, when we apply a very strong, strong smell, people can’t tell the difference between a smell and a taste, which makes sense given that our brains have a very good system for discriminating between these things.
So if you’re looking to get rid of the white towel smell, there’s no better way than using a white paper coffee mug.