Warm flickering wood fires, cinnamon biscuits, rose and lavender – we’re seeing ourselves on a cosy sofa late into the evening.
Another Kiss by the Fireside is a second go at the fireside fragrance which we first made in 2011 (A Kiss by the Fireside). This one had to be tweaked slightly to comply with the 2013 perfume safety regulations, so we thought we'd improve it along the way. What we did was to make it clearer, to give each of the individual notes more space to make themselves known. Now you can smell the slightly leathery woodfire, the spice biscuits, rose and lavender individually, and see the complete picture. For us it's a farmhouse kitchen, with an open fire, bunches of dried lavender and fresh roses on the ancient pine table, and biscuits cooking in the oven. One customer told us it smells like a Belgravia drawing room, but as none of us have ever been in one, we'll have to take her word for it.
Perfume Dialect: floral fougere
Top Notes: blood orange, cinnamon leaf, lavender
Heart Notes: rose, geranium
Base Notes: vetivert, leather
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Limonene, Linaolool
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