Perfume dialect: Floral
Top notes: Linden blossom, neroli, lemon flower
Heart notes: Rose, iris, tuberose, lily, geranium
Base notes: Musks, white woods, cabrueva
Ingredients: Alcohol (denat), Parfum, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene, Coumarin, Citral, Geraniol.
Eat Flowers was launched in 2018, following a successful experiment that combined two earlier floral blends we made for a client. We don't like leaving perfectly good perfumes on the shelf so once we got the balance just right, it was helped down from the shelving system and off to the Post Office.
We were after a long-lasting, smoothly integrated blend of a whole bunch of flowers, so there are notes of citrus flowers, rose, white flowers, lilies and in particular iris. Iris is our new favourite aroma, and we've blended it with a woodsy base.
The name Eat Flowers came from a 1960s Dutch poster we found at a flea market, and which now hangs in our studio at the top of the stairs. When you visit, have a look.