Jo malone nasturtium and clover review

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jo malone nasturtium and clover review

Carmen (The United States)’s review of A Sting in the Tale: My Adventures with Bumblebees

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Playing around with combining their colognes feels a lot like being a chemist in some sort of alchemic workshop…. Of the five, I ended up taking home three!
Dave Goulson

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Imagine a beautiful garden teeming with bursting herbs and flowers — what better way to celebrate the end of winter? And in perfumery, herbal tones are exactly the bridge from our inner world to the outer one, which is just now unearthing itself from the cold. Jo Malone London captures this transitional moment from cold, sheer winter into a green and gorgeous Spring season with their recent limited edition quintet of garden-based releases, entitled the Herb Garden collection. Parsley — This herb was said to flourish in a garden where a strong woman reside". The opening is a heady, earthy rush of black currant, tomato leaf and flat-leaf parsley.

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What it did, however, was evoked memories of playing in the garden and the tranquility of being outside. If you have any memories of a green house or gardening, this is going to resonate hugely with you. Beneath, verdant geranium leaves and earthy moss grow complexity at the roots, uplifting the citrus to an elegant finale. Leafy violet springs up through the mossy undergrowth. A green and succulent accord in the air draws you deeper into the garden. Nasturtium blooms at the core, entwined with jasmine petals. At its finish, the perennial pleasure of vetiver grounds the fragrance in an addictive warmth.

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