JO MALONE OSMANTHUS BLOSSOM COLOGNE REVIEW

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Cologne 30ml RRP $90
Cologne 100ml RRP $170
 
For those of you who know me and my scent choices, you will know that exotic, yet subtly are key to my fragrance wardrobe. Candles, soaps, scented body lotions and fragrances are all of the delicate and feminine variety: rarely a bold note to be smelt.
 
Don’t get me wrong, I do love a bold note, but, on a man (as you may have read my article for Beauty Heaven here). But, on a woman, I am a total believer that subtly is key to drawing intrigue, and not giving too much away. It lures people in and is the ultimate case of sophistication. 
 
So, it is no wonder I have an insatiable love for Jo Malone’s newest edition to their scent library: Osmanthus Blossom. This opulent, yet graceful perfume has made me the envy of many of my friends, thanks to a rather sizeable amount of men who comment on it’s delicateness #winning.
 
With Peach and Apricot being my ultimate scents (and being in this delightful scent), this beauty reminds me of my Summer vacation sailing the Mediterrean, drinking copious amounts of gin and tonics, and blissing out under the sun shades whilst sailing Croatia. It was a Summer I will never forget, and thanks to Jo Malone, I get to relive every day with a simple spritz.
 
Tasting notes
top- petitgrain
heart- osmanthus blossom
base- cashmere wood
 
Basically, Jo Malone Osmanthus Blossom is a layering of refinement, glamour with a side-salad of exoticness: what every woman should aspire to be and smell like. 
 
** I was kindly gifted the Jo Malone Osmanthus Blossom Cologne for possible blog review. This did not, in any way, influence my opinion on the product as I was already a purchaser of the products and brand. 
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  • I love everything Jo Malone. So british, so chic

    • So chic and so delightful. So glad you are a fan of Jo Malone. I dont think I have ever heard a bad thing about their products 🙂

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