First up is the Orange Blossom Bath Oil, a gorgeous bathroom addition that not only fills the air with a beautiful fruity fragrance, but also adds a silky feel to the body whilst fragrancing it lightly. Some of the scents come in glass bottles which would make for a lovely, long lasting gift - As the frosted exterior looks incredibly luxe.
Tom has been incredibly generous and has bought most of my Jo Malone Colognes for me, the first being a long term favourite of mine - Peony and Blush Suede. This distinctive scent has gained me lots of compliments as the floral fragrance is long lasting and settles lovely on the skin.
Next up is Velvet Rose and Oud, a perfume that has a high price point due to it being part of the Intense Cologne, but is one that's worth every penny to me. With a top note of warm clove, heart note of damask rose and complimentary base note of smoky oud, this scent had me at first sniff.
One fragrance, that although didn't disappoint in scent, was a let down in the longevity of the bottle is the Nectarine Blossom and Honey offering. I spoke about this during the Summer, but by the start of Autumn I was all out, something that doesn't happen very often with a big bottle of Jo Malone. Saying that, the concoction of nectarine, peach and honey makes this scent super dreamy in the warmer months.
The newest addition to my collection is White Jasmine and Mint, a great transitional fragrance that can be worn throughout the year. I never thought that this combination would work, but the freshness of both scents makes it suitable for Spring, however the base note of mate leaf makes it very fitting for Autumn.
If you didn't want to purchase a cologne, then instead I would recommend one of their candles. Even when they're not lit they scent the room in which they're placed and I think that's why I've been so smitten with the Peony and Blush Suede Candle. With rose and honey accents along with the freshness of peony, this floral scent continues to be my favourite concoction from Jo Malone.
Have you tried anything from Jo Malone?