We bought this fragrance oil as it is a best seller in Europe but is not currently available in the UK. This fragrance oil is named after the spectacular vertical cliffs in County Clare in the Republic of Ireland. Here are the fragrance notes:
Top notes of lemon verbena, bergamot, pineapple, eucalyptus leaves and blue rosemary, mid notes of violet leaf, iris, lavender, lemon geranium and muguet, rounded off with base notes of sandalwood, vetiver, ambergris, oakmoss, amber and musk
When we started warming this wax melt the top notes gave a big hit of freshness, almost like aftershave. We couldn’t pick out any of the top notes individually but its very fresh and strong. After a while the aftershave type fragrance is balanced by the floral mid notes. The fragrance becomes softer, fresher and a little green. It now becomes much more fresh outdoors or freshly dried laundry fragrance than aftershave. When the base notes start coming through the fragrance has more substance and more body. There is a gentle woodiness with hints of fresh mossy, earthy and grassy notes, just as you would expect in a fresh outdoors fragrance. The amber and musk give a gentle muskiness to round off the fragrance. The overall fragrance is now much softer but still very fresh.
This is a really unusual fragrance, quite difficult to describe how the fragrance notes change. If you want to try it as a melt first before buying the fragrance oil its is available here. Once you have tried this fragrance please have a go at describing it, adding your comments to the blog or a review against the fragrance oil.