Memory of Kindness is one of the latest fragrance releases from CB I Hate Perfume. It was inspired by a childhood memory of crawling under a tangle of tomato vines, and the notes are fresh tomato leaves, green tomato vines and garden earth.
This is a must try for green fragrance lovers, especially those of you who adore the scent of tomato leaf. It captures their distinctive bitter-green herbal aroma perfectly. The fragrance is very sunny and bright, and to my nose has a distinct citrusy undertone although there are no citrus notes included. Add the smell of dirt warming in the sun, and you have the whole picture: the tomato garden in early summer. Simple, cheerful, and just right for this time of year.
Memory of Kindness is available in perfume oil ($60 for 15 ml) or in a water-based spray formula ($60 for 100 ml).
Off-topic: raise your hand if you are a resident of the United States and you haven't finished your taxes! I did my Federal taxes last month, but haven't even started on the State & Local. If you don't see a perfume review here tomorrow, it means I didn't get them done.