English Lavender

Likely made for hot days, English Lavender by Potter & Moore (Potter and Moore 1930’s) is a very citrus scent, with special emphasis on the note of lime.  It’s crisp but also a bit sensual and intoxicating.  Like a gin drink made for warm summer days of the past, English Lavender is bitter yet refreshing….

Mitcham Lavender

Launched by the English company Potter and Moore in 1749, Mitcham Lavender is a very aged, wonderfully soapy, gorgeous lavender scent.  To my nose I also smell wood notes, bergamot and perhaps leather. Strangely, it’s almost “Chanelesque” in my estimation and reminds me slightly of Chanel no. 22 actually, but of course, it’s a very…