Blossom Love: Amouage's New Fragrance for Women

Blossom Love by Amouage is a Floral fragrance for women launched in 2017. A modern and romantic floral symphony embroidered with a charismatic sensuality. Top notes are bergamot and heliotrope; middle notes are amaretto, ylang-ylang, rose and cherry blossom; base notes are amber, tonka bean, vanilla and suede.

Fresh with the vibrant romance of springtime, Blossom Love is as resplendent as the blossoming cherry trees that give inspiration to this new addition to Amouage's Secret Garden collection. Bright, beautiful, and gently gourmand, it's the perfect scent to greet the changing weather, a paean to the joy and meaning inherent in the transition of the seasons.

Opening with the luscious freshness of cherry blossoms suspended in a lightly boozy rose liqueur, Blossom Love gives an almost instantaneous feeling of giddiness, tempered with just enough restraint to never lose its youthful energy. A sweet floral heart, ylang touched with amaretto, is equally bubbly, making our mouths water and our hearts burst forth with seasonal enthusiasm. A rich yet understated drydown of tonka, sandalwood and vanilla likewise exudes a solar warmth, never crossing over into dessert territory but rather suspending us in a near-weightless bliss, a deeply romantic springtime fantasy that seems to hover above the ground. Cherry blossoms are all the more beautiful for how fleeting their bloom can be. With Blossom Love, that unabashed beauty can now be enjoyed any day of the year.

 

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