Perfume dialect: fruity woods
Top notes: Orange/lemongrass/grapefruit/mandarin/cedrat
Heart notes: Moroccan cedarwood/sandalwood/incense/lavender/violet
Base notes: Indian patchouli/labdanum and musk.
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene, Citral, Geraniol, Linalool, Citronellol.
For London 1969 we made three blends: Hyde Park, King’s Road and Soho. Hyde Park is open, light, sunny and smooth, and uses the new – at the time – synthetic “Hedione” named after hedonistic pleasure; it makes up about 16% of jasmine’s natural fragrance. Our groovy, optimistic King’s Road is full of citrus fruits and eastern influences. Soho is London’s darker side, with animalic notes of ambergris, patchouli and musk. A true unisex citrus.