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Our Floral Fragrances

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As you probably well know our scents are made from real fruits, flowers and spices. We keep our fragrances as simple as we can whilst also making sure they are unique. We have two separate floral categories in our boutique. 


Light florals - Delicate and airy. Light floral scents kiss you with a soft breeze of scent.

Floals - Heady and intoxicating. Floral fragrances with depth and intrigue.


Light Florals

We have two fragrances that make up our light florals category, these are English Cherry Blossom and Blueberry Musk. 


English Cherry Blossom

Shut the front door. Yes we did. We blend airy blossom with black cherries, fig, and bergamot for a sparkling citrus lift. A natural & pretty fragrance with youthful feels.

As obvious as it may seem the floarl element in this fragrance is the cherry blossom. Cherry trees are widely cultivated in public and private gardens throughout the UK, where the climate is well suited to them. Batsford Arboretum in Gloucestershire (England), holds the national collection of Japanese village cherries, sato-sakura group. Keele University in Staffordshire (England), has one of the UK's largest collections of flowering cherries, with more than 150 varieties. The Royal Horticultural Society has given its prestigious Award of Garden Merit to many flowering cherry species and cultivars.


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And if you just cant get enough of English Cherry Blossom we also sell it in both a shower oil and two different hand creme sizes so you can be covered from head to toe!


Blueberry Musk

The ‘Boo-berry’. Sensual musk, blueberry & orange blossom fused with magnolia and silky cashmere. A sensual fragrance to enchant and entice any boo.



As you have probably guessed the orange blossoming is the flower of the orange tree. It has been stated that it can be classes ad an aphrodisiac and is also the state flower of Florida. The essence of orange blossom has traditionally been used in perfume making as well as for orange flower water - an alternative to rose water. 



Our floarl fragrances are just that bit stronger than our light floral fragrances. The collection is made up of Amber Rose, Atropa Belladonna and Scarlet Lily. 


Amber Rose

Hand-selected, new season May Rose is blended with white amber and sweet creamy notes. A classic fragrance updated. The new-order of modern romance.


May rose isn't actually just one specific type of rose it is simply that these roses are only harvested in may and only in the town of Grasse, France. 

If you are looking for more products in our Amber Rose scent then you are in luck! The fragrance is also sold as a candle and in our Extract of Parfum range, a highly concentrated version of the fragrance. 


Atropa Belladonna

Heady and mesmerising this ‘trippy’ fragrance is not just for Hippies. Cassis berries and jasmine dance with layers of depth from patchouli and vanilla. Undeniably seductive.

The floral notes in Atropa Belladonna are blooms of white narcissus and jasmine, narcissus are part of the daffodil family and there are over 40 different varieties. 


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Atropa Belladonna is one of our most popular fragrances and is found in most of our body and hand products.. You can find Atropa Belladonna in our body and hand wash, body and hand lotion, hand creme and our candles. 


Scarlet Lily

Kick-Ass attitude - strictly off limits for wall flowers. Big Blooms of Scarlet Ariadne lily, a scandalously heady bouquet and undertones of ylang ylang give this fragrance intrigue.


Obviously the floral notes in Scarlet Lily are lily, ariadne lily to be exact. 


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"Batsford Arboretum". Retrieved 30 November 2009.

"Keele University Arboretum flowering cherry collection". Retrieved 28 March 2011.

"AGM Plants - Ornamental" (PDF). Royal Horticultural Society. July 2017. p. 67. Retrieved 18 February2020.

" – Cherry Blossom History". Retrieved 13 January2009.

Jeff Klinkenberg, Seasons of Florida

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