Saturday, September 29, 2012

Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15 Eau de Parfum - Review

Launching next month which is literally days away when you think about it,
is Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15 Eau de Parfum, which has been hand crafted using
fifteen of the worlds precious botanicals.

"Fresh spicy oriental notes of pink pepper, cinnamon and bergamot create a spiciness
that is beautifully sexy and skin like. A hint of captivating damask rose and sandalwood
envelop you in a rich, feminine sensuality while the almond and caramel-like qualities of tonka bean
and bourbon vanilla cocoon you in a softness and warmth like cashmere on the skin.
Beautiful amber combined with cedarwood creates a clean, fresh undertone."

Liz Earle rightly state that this is a oriental scent that in my opinion is quite strong
and mature with obvious spicy notes that settle to a warm amber/vanilla base.
It's not a scent that I would personally wear as I do love my fruity fragrances but it is very fitting
for the colder weather and would make a great gift for anyone who has a birthday in the Autumn/Fall months
as it is beautifully packaged.
The great thing about Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15 Eau de Parfum is that is a Eau de Parfum
so a little goes a long way and the lasting power is far superior to other forms of fragrance.

If you like warm, spicy oriental scents this is one for you!

Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15 Eau de Parfum* £45/50ml and launches the 1st of October.

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  1. My bottle hasnt arrived yet but I cant wait to try it. I love the bottle, its a bit different from the usual see through types. Is the vanilla easy to pick out? I LOVE vanilla!

    1. Yes and no, once it settles you can smell the vanilla but once you first apply it no you can't smell the vanilla :) hope that makes sense haha!

  2. I'm like you as I love my fruiter scents more but the packaging and bottle of this are so different that they are really cute. I love their numbering system on the packaging also - just helps it stand out I think. Might get this as a pressie for my mom and she is a fan of oriental scents :) xxxx

    1. I agree the packaging is just so swish :) aww your mum would love this I'm sure and what a lovely gift!

  3. Oooh this looks lovely from Liz Earle. I quite like the simplistic packaging that resembles their skin care products. However, this would be quite annoying in a sense that you cannot really visually see how much perfume remains inside the bottle like most perfume bottles would allow you to. I don't think this fragrance is for me as i prefer more fruity fresh scents, but i am sure it makes a great gift for somebody special :) Thank you for sharing~xx

    1. Great point! I love being able to see how much perfume I have left nothing worse than spraying an opaque bottle to find it is empty!


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