Blood Orange 1959
Fill your home with the promise of an enduring summer. Imagine 1959, a family beach holiday with spontaneous all-in cricket matches, sandy toes, and the tang of a pine lime splice.
Top: Lemon, Blood Orange, Grapefruit
Middle: Apple, Jasmine
Coconut & Watermelon 1983
Top: Watermelon, Grapefruit
Mid: Floral, Red Fruits
Base: Musk, Coconut Mil
Cotton Flower & Freesia 1975
A family picnic in the park. The comfort of a shady tree. Journey back to 1975, a time when weekend drives to the country were the happiest moments of all, captured beautifully by this fresh blend of Freesia, White Rose, Cucumber and Musk.
Top: Green Leaves, Cucumber, Freesia
Middle: Cotton Flower, Cyclamen, White Rose
Base: Sheer Musk and Moss
Mango & Papaya 1998
Sipping on a mango daiquiri at sunset, savouring the last rays of sunshine. Step back to 1998, a time of elegant simplicity, with this cocktail of Mango, Orange and Passionfruit laced with Jasmine and a touch of Vanilla
Top: Orange, Cassis, Passionfruit, Mango
Middle: Jasmine, Geranium, Rose
Base: Eugenol, Vanilla, Musk
Pear & Lime 1977
Disco dancing under strobe lights. Go all the way back to 1977, an iconic era of fashion and style, and be hypnotised by this invigorating blend of zesty Mexican Lime, Anjou Pear, warm Vanilla and Sandalwood.
Top: Anjou Pear, White Lily, Osmanthus
Middle: Midnight Jasmine, Mexican Lime
Base: Tonka, Davana, Warm Vanilla, Sandalwood
Remove the cap, replace with the wooden lid, and place the reeds in the glass bottle. The fragrance will be absorbed by the reeds and gradually diffuse into the air. For best results keep out of direct sunlight, heat and drafts, and ensure the lid is screwed on tightly. Flip the reeds as often or as little as you like depending on how much fragrance you’re after