Jo Malone French Lime Blossom Cologne

This is my all time favorite Jo Malone scent. Jo Malone is a company originally from the UK created by Jo Malone in her own kitchen! Even though the company was eventually purchased by Estée Lauder, she still remains at the helm as creative director. The website describes the fragrance as “Inspired by a stroll along the Champs Élysées, French Lime Blossom is a romantic, full-bodied floral. The scent of sweet lime blossoms with a twist of bergamot and tarragon is evocative of the first day of spring.” It smells fresh, floral, sweet, crisp, and makes me feel in a french meadow in the springtime somewhere in the 1800s. There’s a strong lily of the valley top note, but I can smell hints of bergomot, rose, lime blossom, and jasmine. It’s a truly beautiful scent, and smells like fresh cut flowers. I love Jo Malone in that all her fragrances are unique and smell incredibly fresh. No soapy, chemically, heavy fragrances. Each perfume is worth the investment. Highly recommended!


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