Eau de Parfum
“Oranges and lemons say the bells of St. Clement’s”
A traditional Eau de Cologne translated into a chic, contemporary, fresh, English Eau de Parfum whose name is taken from the rhyme ‘Oranges and Lemons’ (circa 1740) that refers to church bells within or close to the City of London. Oranges, lemons, bergamot, and neroli combine with notes of Earl Grey tea and vetiver to create a new English classic.
♂ Walking down the Strand, a man of Mayfair, St. James’s, Belgravia and Bow.
♀ Mirte Maas drinking ice lemon tea on the Italian Riviera.
Orange . Lemon . Bergamot . Mandarine
Neroli . Petitgrain . Earl Grey Tea
Ylang Ylang . Vetiver