British niche line Miller Harris has launched a duo of white floral fragrances, Secret Gardenia and Sublime Blossom.
Secret Gardenia ~ "Miller Harris Secret Gardenia Eau de Parfum Spray, the hidden lustre of gardenia in clear, bright and sensual ode to the purest of white flowers. London’s secret gardens are locked away, filled with clandestine flowers – and Secret Gardenia captures those beautiful scents in a cool and fresh bouquet. Pillowy gardenia petals, the zesty freshness of yuzu and cool juicy nashi pear, with sensual jasmine and ylang ylang. The creamy sandalwood and delicate musks anchor the tactile gardenia petals in pure light." Additional notes include bergamot, aqual (ozonic aldehydic molecule from Mane), violet, driftwood and cedar.
Sublime Blossom ~ "In a celebration of the art of floristry, Miller Harris Sublime Blossom Eau de Parfum Spray evokes nectar-like blooms. A swirl of petals with fruity orange and honeyed neroli, through a garden blooming with jasmine, ylang ylang and sweet honeysuckle. A multitude of white flowers peeking through the privet, with a touch of vanilla and warm sandalwood. A life affirming perfume for the flower lover." Additional notes include bergamot, lemon, orange blossom, freesia, ambergris, driftwood and musk.
Miller Harris Secret Gardenia and Sublime Blossom are available now at Escentual in the UK, in 50 or 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
I doubt Secret Gardenia would surpass any of my favorite gardenia perfumes, but I wouldn’t mind trying Sublime Blossom one of these days. Honeyed florals is a style I tend to really like.
I doubt I want aqual in my gardenia anyway
Thanks for this Robin, I only keep up about Miller Harris with your posts, they have a frenzy or releasing fragrances at the moment.
Yes! The new owners clearly want to make hay while the sun shines