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Jo Malone English Pear & Freesia Cologne

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Jo Malone introduces English Pear & Freesia, a fragrance that captures the luscious scent of just-ripe pears, cooled by the autumn air and ready to twist free from the tree.

Inspired by the poem ‘ To Autumn ‘ by John Keats.

” Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,

Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun;

Conspiring with him how to load and bless

With fruit the vines that round the thatch-eves run; “

Notes: pear, quince, green rhubarb, white freesias, wild roses, patchouli, white amber, musks

Secluded within a walled orchard, discover an evocative fragrance of delicate contrasts: the crisp skin of the pear against the succulent juiciness beneath… the clarity of the season’s first mists, meeting and melding with the warmth of golden, dappled sunshine.

Quintessentially English, freesia charms with its heady perfume when in full bloom. Though not so exotic and sweet as lily or rose, it is equally as classic and compelling.

Pungent and earthy with fragrant, warming spices to the fore, Patchouli imparts an earthy taste of the exotic, generating substance and depth.

Experience the surprising, sensuous freshness of sweet pears, wrapped in a bouquet of white freesias, on a subtle background of scrambling wild roses and skin-warming amber, patchouli and woods. An unusual, innovative ingredient, this accord of sweetly scented fruit is fresh, ripe and discreet with a dainty floral vibe.

I am addicted to this fragrance with a luminous, sparkling & transparent opening that mellows down to an ambery soft floral. Perfect for Fall!

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One response »

  1. This must smell good… I like pear in perfumes, especially in Armani’s Idole which I have just gotten in a swap from Sweden. Have to see where I can get Jo Malone online. Thanks for the recommendation! 😉

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