The amazingly evocative scent of an English rose garden redolent with black currant has now been re-formulated in an effort to accentuate the major notes. In this enhanced iteration we find a bit more of the crisp green notes of the cut rose stems at the top which lazily recede to reveal the supple rose and currant. You can still smell the wet earth of the riverbank and the berries weighing down the branches and the older petals which have fallen, but there’s now a heightened sense of the signature notes. The melancholy has been amplified to create a new take on a cherished classic.
L’Ombre Dans L’Eau – Eau de Toilette Notes
Black currant leaves, rose, musk