The most delicious thing in the world is tea.
But even better is the fact that it can smell so delicious even on a cold winter morning.
And that’s what a tea-themed cafe in Shanghai is aiming to achieve with its new scent.
It’s called Tea Scented China Pink, and it’s one of the best scents I’ve smelled in a long time.
The scent is a mixture of lavender, vanilla, and sweet citrus notes that combine to create a very pleasant and complex aroma.
The cafe, Tea Scement, is based in the former factory where tea is made.
The space is filled with colorful, colorful china and the scent is almost a bit reminiscent of the tea leaf itself.
This isn’t the first time that tea lovers have tried to replicate the scent.
In China, a tea shop called “Tea Scenting China” opened in Shanghai in 2013.
The store was a bit of a flop, but the owner realized that the scent needed to be re-imagined.
Tea Scents is an initiative from Chinese tea lovers who want to bring back the tea experience.
The shop is currently open for tea-loving customers to smell the new fragrance in person, but it plans to offer it for free at events.
The shop is also working on a website where visitors can submit their own scent ideas.
One of the coolest things about the shop is that it has a dedicated scent department.
There are several different kinds of scents on display, from the traditional tea-infused scent, to the mint-infusion scent.
The website also features an interactive gallery of some of the most popular tea scents from around the world.
I’ve tried the mint tea scent, the spicy tea scent and the chocolate tea scent.
All three are delicious scents, but I’ve been blown away by the spicy scent.
Tea Scements has an Instagram and Facebook page, so if you want to see what’s new in Shanghai, be sure to check it out.
Image: Courtesy of Tea SCEment