We're proud to introduce our new scent, inspired by and created with Highgrove Gardens, His Majesty The King’s country estate.
With King Charles a passionate advocate for more than five decades, sustainability is at the heart of this new fragrance. What's more, 10% of all sales will go towards helping the wonderful work being done by The Prince's Foundation.
The Highgrove Estate
The blooming, uplifting and floral scent pays tribute to the magnificently fragrant summers at Highgrove Gardens – particularly the rather special weeping silver lime tree whose scent this fragrance replicates.
We've replaced all plastic with 100% recycled and recyclable paper and sugar cane eco-foam, and printed using all organic ink, free of mineral oils.
NOTES FROM THE PERFUMER
Floral with a yellow-velvet and a sparkling freshness with a sensual and woody touch of tuberose, cedarwood and musk. it captures the feeling of a summer's day.
Betwixt and between London and Cornwall
The Blackbirds fly above limestone valleys.
Where rooms of gardens, wild, formal and walled
Surround paths of cobbles that ramble along.
The Silver Lime’s white blossoms flourish in the radiant sun
The bees dance a dizzy dance of delight, sipping the intoxicating florals
Cloaked in the woody canopy of shade.
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