As we are on the cusp of the Spring season, I think this is a perfect time to try a new fragrance, as what you may have worked for you in one season may not be the right scent in the next and I personally enjoy creating a fragrance wardrobe, to select from which can match my mood or suit certain occasions.
I like how each of the Liz Earle fragrances have their own identity and are completely unique from one another to captivate a unique feeling, whilst maintaining a fragrance thread with notes of Bergamot and Damask Rose, that run throughout all of their range which allows each of the scents to blend together beautifully, allowing you to create your own unique combinations.
Liz Earle cleverly work with different perfumers for each of their fragrances and for this collaboration they chose Quentin Bisch, who has adored fragrance from an early age and overcame personal struggles to become a perfumer for the house of Givaudan and has worked on famous perfumery projects with brands such as Thierry Mugler, Jean Paul Gaultier and Missoni.
If you are prefer a fusion of woods and green notes with a hint of dark rich fruit essence then the new No 9 Botanical Essence is your perfect choice. A rich and warming handcrafted scent, which has a bold aroma with a dash of desire and sexuality into the mix, perfect to spice up those evenings.
- Top Notes – Blackcurrant Bud, Bergamot and Red Ginger to give a fresh, fruity, juicy, crisp and zesty awkening
- Heart – Osmanthus, Damask Rose and Patchouli to add a spicy, floral, fruity and sensual mix
- Base Notes – Haitian Vetiver, Oakmoss and Absolute Vanilla to give a smoky, woody, warm and rich finish.
I would say this would be suitable for a sophisticated lady who wants something different, exciting and unique that has flirty elements whilst maintaining their feminine mystique.
What also makes this fragrance different from most, is that it contains over 90% derived natural ingredients of the highest quality and purity, whilst insuring that they are sourced responsibly and have complete tractability. Plus each of the fragrances come with their own box making it easy to travel with and allows the natural scent to remain fresh and potent.
If you would like to try this sensual fragrance for yourself, it is available from the Liz Earle website in a 50ml Eau De Parfum, which retails at £49 and can also be found in most Boots stores on your local high street and on the UK’s biggest shopping channel QVCUK.
I wonder what fragrance memories you will create with the fragrance?
Have you tried any of the Liz Earle Botanical Essence range before?
What is your Desert Island fragrance?
Please comment below and let me know