When the bluebells ring in their arrival, their sublime fragrance fills the air with magic
Vibrant sapphire blooms in a shaded woodland. The delicate sweetness of dewy bluebells suffused with lily of the valley and eglantine, and a luscious twist of persimmon creates a fragrance that is mesmerising.
The scent promises to take the wearer on a refreshing stroll through the English garden after the first spring showers. When the earthy is muddy but barely so and the sweet smell of fruit permeates the air mingling with the wafting freshness of the grass that is aglow after the drizzle. Creator of the perfume, Christine Nagel, presented this new version of bluebell, composed of various notes, including green fresh notes, flowers like lily of the valley and rose hip and spicy chord of cloves. Bluebell is a wild forest flower and its scent provides a moist echo of summer forest.
English bluebell is an endangered species, Jo Malone has given a donation to Woodland Trust to help save the beautiful flower. Genuine bluebell does not take part in the composition, but its recreation is composed of various notes.