Exploring The Rustic Scent Of Jo Malone’s English Oak Colognes

I have to admit that I am not normally a fan of the woody scents in colognes and perfumes but I was really intrigued by the new range that is launching into Jo Malone very soon. I am normally a fan of fruity, floral or sweet scents in my colognes and perfumes so this was a huge change for me. 

I was kindly sent two colognes from Jo Malone which are from their new range that is launching in September which is inspired by English Oak trees. The two colognes launching are English Oak & Redcurrant and English Oak & Hazelnut. Both have a lovely woody and earthy scent to start with but once they settle down they reveal the base notes of either fruity redcurrants or sweet hazelnut. I am falling in love with the hazelnut base which will be more of my ‘going out’ scent. 

English Oak & Redcurrant
The first of the fragrances is English Oak and Redcurrant which is described as bright, embracing and bewitching.
Top note – Redcurrant
Heart note – Rose
Base note – Roasted Oak Absolute

English Oak & Hazelnut
This one is my favourite of the two. Described as earthy, enticing and enchanting, it captures the creaminess of the hazelnut in a fresh, green way.
Top note – Green Hazelnut
Heart note – Cedarwood
Base note – Roasted Oak Absolute

Both fragrances are both perfect for male and females whether you like your fruity or sweet scents with a hint of musk. They are both all day long lasting wrist sniff worthy. Both of these arrive on counter in September in 100ml (£88) and 30ml (£44). English Oak & Redcurrant will also come in a Body & Hand Wash (£30), a Body Crème (£52) and a Home Candle (£44).

Jo Malone are masters of always bring out amazing collections inspired by the weather and seasons. Don’t forget to check out their website for updates.

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The products featured were kindly gifted to me from Jo Malone and as always all views are my own. For more information see my disclaimer.  

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