Friday, July 2, 2010

Royal Apothic Perfume!

Fragrance: Tuberose, Gardenia, Star Jasmine, Lily, Iris, Rose.

Behind the walls of Windsor lies a botanical masterpiece whose fruits have graced the vases of royalty for centuries. The magical garden is home to white flowers of an undeterminable number of varieties. Planted originally for the monarchy, the blooms yield year round, delicately perfuming the air with a court full of scent. Royal Apothic's Compound of a Cutting Garden captures this olfactory symphony blending Tuberose, Gardenia and Star Jasmine with Lily, Iris and Rose for a breathtaking combination of white florals.

Fragrance: Green Tea, Jasmine, Rose.

When an aging Duke was sent on a state visit to Imperial Japan, the ancient ceremony of tea was his official greeting. The ceremonial dance of preparation unleashed an aroma captured herein with fresh green notes lying adrift in the flavor of Jasmin and Rose. A stately base of Green Macha creates a fragrance served for royal enjoyment.

Fragrance: Currant, Orange Root, Orange Blossom, Orange Fruit.

Behind a palatial Villa in Santorini, Italy, lies a grove where for centuries royalty has been known to frolic. It is in this magical place where the vines of sweet Currant intertwine the roots of Orange trees, the fragrance of the blossoms blending with the ripe fruit at it’s base. If one closes their eyes, you could almost see the twinkle of lights and flicker of candles as the masked court takes the floor to dance under the stars.

Fragrance: Tangerine, Orange Blossom, Tuberose, Carnation.

The French courts have remained a playground of Aristocracy and this is apparent no place more than Versailles. On a spring day, the wind carries a fragrance laced with the nectar of Ripe Tangerine and Orange Blossom, folded with Tuberose and Carnation. Complete with a base fragranced by heady indulgence, the prescription captures the true essence of a French afternoon.