It’s created by an artisan perfumer in Grasse, France, which is where many of the world’s finest perfumes are created. He apparently took his time to create a perfume that was fitting for every thing that Liz Earle stands for: simple, natural and fresh – and yet the notes in this divine fragrance are complex too. It’s both citrusy and a little flowery, which I love because most perfumes are either or. It doesn’t lean too heavily on the citrus or the floral, but delicately blends these notes together to create a perfume that is both fresh and sexy. It’s the kind of perfume that you’ll want to wear in the morning for the day, and then perhaps have a little spritz before you go out at night. This perfume was a long time in the making, but it was well worth the wait.
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