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.
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.