Jo Malone London launches Rock the Ages limited edition collection


Jo Malone London the creator my all time favorite cologne Rock_the-ages2Nectarine Honey Blossom recently launched a new limited edition collection called Rock the Ages. Each of the five fragrances in the lineup is historically linked to a different era in British History.

Tudor Rose & Amber is inspired by the Tudor era. It contains Damask and Tudor rose as well as ginger in the heart, spicy pink pepper and clove and the base of golden amber, patchouli and white musk.

 

Lily of the Valley & Ivy is inspired by the Georgian era. The cologne opens with green ivy, pink grapefruit and sparkling black currant, with a delicate floral heart of lily of the valley and narcissus and the base of beeswax, amber wood and white musk.

Geranium & Verbena inspired by the Edwardian period, contains notes of bergamot, basil and verbena in the top, geranium, neroli and coumarin in the heart, and vetiver, patchouli, vanilla and cedar in the base.

Pomegranate Noir evokes the Victorian period with its rich scent. It contains notes of pomegranate, raspberry, plum, watermelon and rhubarb on the top, Casablanca lily, jasmine, clove, frankincense and pink pepper in the heart, guaiac wood, musk, amber and patchouli in the base.

Birch & Black Pepper evokes modern Britain with accords of mandarin, cardamom and black pepper. Patchouli and birch are in the heart, followed by the base of gurjum, vanilla and ink.

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Pick up the collection now for $65 per 30 ml bottle at Saks Fifth Avenue at the Gardens Mall where you can celebrate the launch this coming Thursday, March 12, 2015.

 

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