Hey everyone, hope you’re doing well and that you’re enjoying the lead up to Christmas. I know many of you might still be looking for gifts for your loved ones or even want to treat yourselves to something nice as you prepare for the holiday season, because of that I wanted to write this short post to let you guys know that The Library of Fragrance have released their Christmas 2014 Limited Edition Fragrances!
I’ve talked about The Library of Fragrance before in a review I did of one of their scents. Well, not only are the four limited edition fragrances all about Christmas, but they’re only £9.99 at Boots.com
as opposed to the normal price of £15! I’m a huge fan of The Library of Fragrance and can’t wait to get my hands on one (if not all) of the limited edition scents. I’m stuck between Christmas in New York and Cranberry, what about you? These scents would be perfect stocking fillers!
Christmas in New York – “… with a unique scent all of its own. Transport yourself there with this Cologne that blends the scents of rich and festive spices, sweet apples and the comforting aroma of warm, roasting chestnuts, to perfectly capture this moment in time.”
Egg Nog – “… delightfully festive, this creamy, spicy scent blends sugar and cream with just a dash of bourbon, a hint of vanilla, a sprinkle of cinnamon and a good dusting of nutmeg. Utterly irresistible and unisex, it’s the perfect festive fragrance. In short, wear this and you can do away with the mistletoe.”
Christmas Bouquet – “…Christmas Bouquet Cologne ‘bottles’ a colourful swirl of festive flowers, winter berries and cinnamon bark. Rich and spicy carnation absolute sits at the decadent heart of this fragrance to create a creamy, yet slightly peppery, and infinitely elegant floral scent.”
Cranberry – “A festive staple, this vibrant winter berry bestows us with its magic in cocktails, cakes, pies, puddings and compotes. Our Cranberry Cologne is perfect for fruity fragrance lovers and captures the refreshingly sharp, but juicy and sweet, red berry scent of the season.”