Founded in 1872, independent British perfume house Clive Christian is famed for its complex, intense fragrances presented in crown-topped bottles. The brand relaunched in 1999 with the Original Collection, featuring six opulent perfumes, and has since launched five additional ranges.
The Noble Collection takes inspiration from Britain’s opulent royal eras, and are named after Queen Anne. The fragrances celebrate Queen Anne’s famous formal garden built in 1730 that changed horticultural design and saw many exotic plants imported into Britain for the first time.
This wild rose-inspired fragrance offers a surprising blend of masculine tones of bergamot and black pepper with botanical scents of lavender and sage. With a top note of tarocco orange and a saffron base, this scent is aromatic and sensual.
The cosmos flower was brought to England from Spain in 1789, and this captivating blend nods to its Mediterranean heritage. With a base of cocoa inspired by the chocolate cosmos and top notes of cassis and lemon, the unusual aroma is sweet and creamy.