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Penhaligon’s - Travel Atomiser and 'Vaara' fragrance

Penhaligon’s recently sent me a sample of their new fragrance - Vaara , in their refillable travel atomiser . I love fragrances, but ...

Penhaligon’s recently sent me a sample of their new fragrance - Vaara, in their refillable travel atomiser.

I love fragrances, but have always found it a trouble to carry full sized bottles while travelling. The travel atomiser is the perfect accessory to carry your favourite perfumes while you are travelling. The atomiser holds 4ml of fragrance and is enough for a short trip. Filling it is also very easy-peasy. Remove the cap from the perfume bottle, plug your travel atomiser onto the bottle stem and push to fill. As simple as that. Now, it's so easy to carry my favourite fragrance while travelling without the worry of leakages or the bottle breaking.

Moving onto the fragrance. 'Vaara' was inspired by the Royal House of Marwar - Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India.

The fragrance has been named after the granddaughter of His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh II to celebrate her birth. The fragrance created by Master Perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour is indeed fit for a King. The fragrance captures the essence of Rajasthan beautifully - right from its lush exotic gardens to the spice markets and the warmth of the sun. With top notes of Coriander and Carrot seeds you seem to be transported to the spice markets and with the heart note - a lovely blend of roses with the Indian Magnolia, the fragrance is just perfect. The fragrance finally settles with base notes of Honey and Sandalwood. Try it and you will love it. Having travelled to Rajasthan earlier, I could instantly relate the fragrance with the royal state of India.

Top Notes: Quince, Rosewater, Carrot Seed, Coriander Seed, Saffron
Heart Notes: Moroccan Rose Absolute, Bulgarian Rose Oil, Freesia, Indian Magnolia, Peony, Iris
Base Notes: Honey, White Musk, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Benzoin Resin, Tonka Bean

*PR sample

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