Royal Apothic has launched Perfumatorium, a collection of personal fragrances based on scents from the line's home fragrance range. There are four fragrances: Japonesque, Cutting Garden, Versailles Afternoon and Venetian Grove.
Japonesque (shown above) ~ "The delicate sophistication of Japonesque pays homage to the ancient tea ceremonies of Japan. The arrivals of dignitaries and royals from abroad were marked by the ritual—unleashing an aroma of Green Macha and the flavors of Jasmine and Rose."
Cutting Garden ~ "The gorgeous blossoms in the garden of Windsor blanket the ground in white year-round and fill the air with the gentle scent of Gardenia, Rose, Star Jasmine, Lily, Iris and Tuberose. The blooms that once filled the vases and rooms of royalty for centuries are directed in a sophisticated floral symphony of Cutting Garden."
Versailles Afternoon ~ "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."
Venetian Grove ~ "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."
Please note that the descriptions of Versailles Afternoon and Venetian Grove are for the home fragrance products, and I do not know if they accurately describe the personal fragrances.
Royal Apothic Japonesque, Cutting Garden, Versailles Afternoon and Venetian Grove are $34 each for 60 ml Eau de Parfum. (via royalapothic)