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Tiffany & Co have launched a brand new fragrance which I was super excited to try having been a fan of the brand, and its previous fragrance, for many years. The new Tiffany and Co Eau de Parfum is a sparkling floral musk created by master perfumer Daniela Andrier of Givaudan. Here’s the lowdown.
First off, I absolutely love the bottle. It is inspired by some of the most iconic Tiffany diamond cuts. It is crisp and beautiful and feels super luxurious.
I love the Tiffany blue collar that features the Tiffany pattern. The same pattern also adorns the box it comes in. It all feels very special.
Tiffany and Co Eau de Parfum Notes
If you like Iris, then you may need to get acquainted with this because it sits at the heart of this fragrance.
- Top notes – vert de mandarine
- Heart notes – Iris
- Base notes – patchouli and musk
I am told that the Iris flower has long been a part of Tiffany’s heritage and was featured in the earliest sketches found in the Tiffany Archives. The sketches depict the iris brooch set with demantoid garnet blossoms and Montana sapphires that earned Tiffany the grand prize at the Paris Exposition in 1900.
The iris in the Tiffany Eau de Parfum is harvested in France in July and August, and then undergoes a unique hydrodistillation extraction only used by Tiffany. The process ensure that the iris is bright, sensual and long lasting within the fragrance.
I am a big fan of patchouli in fragrance and the blend with musk here makes it soft and smooth on the skin. The whole composition is very easy to wear and feels fresh, clean and bright, yet warm in the dry down. It gets more interesting as it wears on my skin. Although it is pretty and light, it is still grown up and elegant. It’s girly in a grown up way!
I am thinking that it will make a great Christmas present. The Tiffany and Co Eau de Parfum is available HERE now with prices starting at £46.80.
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