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Honey Oud Ead de Parfum by FLORIS London
Floris Honey Oud Ead de ParfumThe exclusive fragrance is created with oud oil from a certified sustainable source of agarwood. This oil is among the most expensive in the perfumer’s palette - with deep qualities found in no other oil. It is an opulent, deep sensual note that combines beautifully with rose and sandalwood.
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Fragrance Notes of Honey Oud:
Top notes: bergamot, honey
Heart notes: oud, patchouli, rose
Base notes: amber, labdanum, oud, musk, vanilla
Spotlight: Honey Oud opens with a gourmand accord of English honey and vanilla which combine to add a velvet softness to the oud oil and accentuate the rose at the heart of this complex fragrance.
The exclusive fragrance is created with oud oil from a certified sustainable source of agarwood. This oil is among the most expensive in the perfumer’s palette - with deep qualities found in no other oil. It is an opulent, deep sensual note that combines beautifully with rose and sandalwood.
Floris Family and The Private Collection: Issuing the family’s most prestigious range of perfumes the Private Collection is exclusively produced in small batches. Inspired by people and events, past and present. Floris’ in-house perfumer artfully composes each unique fragrance to express the story behind its creation by combining exquisite ingredients sourced from around the world. Some have been created as private commissions for customers before being offered for general release to the public while others have been commissioned by the Floris family to mark a celebration.
The Floris customer through the yearsSince opening in 1730, Floris has provided fragrance, fine toiletries and accessories to an incredibly loyal customer base. The Floris archives hold reams of treasured letters from customers detailing their preferences and their thanks,
Florence Nightingale: 25th July 1863 - thanking Mr.Floris for his 'sweet-smelling nosegay' and giving news of the Army's sickness record in India.
Mary Shelley, who whilst abroad sent friends clear instructions on where to purchase her favorite combs: Floris.
Beau Brummell, the dandy of his day in the early 19th century, would discuss his current fragrances at length with Mr.Floris.
Floris is even a fictional character's choice! Ian Fleming's James Bond always wore Floris No.89. Also, Al Pacino's character in Scent of a Woman famously declared he knew the woman in his 'sights' (sic) was wearing a Floris fragrance. Floris London - Purveyors of The Finest Perfumes & Toiletries to the Court of St James' Since the Year 1730