Love is in the air | Crabtree & Evelyn



This morning started at Crabtree & Evelyn flagship store on Regent street, where a pioneer in botanical formulations for 40 years has announced the launch of new female fragrance Parisian Millefleurs Flower Water, new male fragrance Black Absinthe Eau de Cologne and a range of Love is in the air gifts for Valentine's Day and Mother's Day.


Parisian Millefleurs Flower Water - special introductory offer price £31.50 (worth £45) comes in a beautiful vintage bottle. This second edition pays homage to the original Crabtree & Evelyn Millefleurs fragrance which was inspired by the opulent floral style of scent prevalent in 18th century France. Parisian Millefleurs Flower Water remains true to the original idea of creating a perfumed blend from a diverse collection of wild and exquisite blooms.


Top Notes

French pink peppercorn, French jupiner, lychee, green leaves 

Heart Notes 
French narcissus, rose, tuberose, violet, French elemi 

Base Notes
French cypress, benzoin, sandalwood, vanilla, cashmeran



Black Absinthe Eau de Cologne - special introductory offer price £31.50 (worth £45) is so unusual perfume. Spicy, strong but delicate, herbaceous, sensual.for me it's unisex perfume.

Top Notes 

Absinthe, star anise, fennel flower, cardamom, bergamot 


Heart Notes 
Artemisia, liquorice, French lavender, orange blossom 

Base Notes
Tonka, vetiver, sandalwood, oak wood, musk



This spring Crabtree & Evelyn takes the theme "Love is in the air" for a gift collection comprising hand care, bath and body. You can choose from Bath & Body Duos with nourishing body wash and lotion, Hand Therapy Gifts or Fragrance Gift Sets, carefully selected to create an entirely indulgent gift.


With fabulous goody bags, hand massage, delicious and healthy breakfast canapés as well as delicious drinks on hand to start the day, there was no better way to start celebrating Valentine's Day.




Special thanks to Jamie Rockers and Crabtree & Evelyn Team, it was lovely to meet you all.


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