In October 2013, Crabtree & Evelyn launched the limited edition Heritage Collection that are made up of seven perfumes formulated with precious, vintage ingredients. Each are given an English touch and are encased within pretty glass bottles and luxurious boxes.
If the Neapolitan Bergamot, which I’ve tried, was anything to go by, this collection is made up of refreshing scents that puts you immediately on vacation mood. The scent is also rather unisex, and very distinctive – which is a must-have quality for me when it comes to perfumes.
In 2015: Black Absinthe Eau de Cologne & Parisian Millefleurs Flower Water
Following last year’s success, this collection is relaunched in March this year and Crabtree & Evelyn also introduced two new scents to the Heritage Collection: Black Absinthe Eau de Cologne and Parisian Millefleurs Flower Water.
The former is designed for men, and is a herbaceous scent made up of absinthe, artemisia, and flennel flower. You can also expect the smooth tones of black liqourice and peppery vetiver that gives it a more interesting twist.
The latter is a fresh floral fragrance concocted with narcissus, rose, tuberose, violet, French juniper, cypress, benzoin, French elemi, and creamy woods. These classic notes comes together as an exquisite fusion that is intricate, thanks to the floral-meets-spice accords.
The fragrances in the Heritage Collection retails at SGD88 and is available at all Crabtree & Evelyn stores.