Highgrove Bouquet is the new Spring fragrance from Penhaligon’s celebrating the gardens at Highgrove House, the family home of the soon to be King Charles III and Queen Camilla; the fragrance was created when the King was HRH The Prince of Wales. Julie Pluchet, the perfumer behind the uplifting and refreshing herbal fragrance cites the scent of the Tilia Petiolaris tree, otherwise known as weeping silver lime, that grows in Highgrove Gardens, as her inspiration for the fragrance. The powerful and narcotic scent of the weeping silver lime tree has very green, powdery and animalic facets which blend well with the yellow floral accord at its heart: Mimosa. The lingering base note is warm and complex Cedarwood to add sophistication to the scent. £160 for 100ml.
Hermès Un Jardin à Cythère Eau de Toilette is a citrus, woody Spring favourite with surprising notes of fresh pistachio. £58 for a 30ml refillable spray
Launched just last year and already very popular, Marc Jacobs Limited Edition Daisy Paradise Eau de Toilette opens with sweet poppy, the heart note is rich, earth oak that then dries down to covetable and alluring Ambrox. £68 for 50ml.
Jo Malone Osmanthus Blossom is a full-onfloral at its heart, after the first notes of uplifting and balancing petitgrain. Peachy, honeyed osmanthus provides palpable softness akin to the velvet skin of a peach or an apricot. Cashmere wood is the base note of this fragrance, sealing this scent’s soft, warm sensuality. £115 for 100ml.
One of the world’s finest perfumer’s Lyn Harris, has created a sublime floral green fragrance that’s perfect for Spring: I am Verdant has top notes of Bergamot and Cyclamen with Frankincense at its heart then Iris Absolute and Orange Flower at its base. I am Verdant contains a Contains a supercharged Herkimer diamond crystal. It’s special. £135 for 50ml