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cardamom, juniper berries
cedar, musk, ambergris, black tea
The classic perfume house from Great Britain - Atkinsons in 2013 celebrated the bicentenary of its foundation. In honor of this high-profile and worthy event, one of the most popular and sought-after brand fragrances was relaunched. The new version received the telling name 24 Old Bond Street Triple Extract, and became the embodiment of a truly English character - strong, domineering, moderately modest and restrained, with excellent manners and noble upbringing. The authors of the elixir are Christine Nagel and Violaine Collas, whose professionalism and excellent taste are beyond doubt. The top of the perfume composition opens with dizzying, juicy juniper berries, which are superbly set off by the piquant spice of oriental cardamom. The heart of the triangle is a breathtaking, intoxicating cocktail, which consists of an expensive long-term whiskey and a fragrant, fragrant queen of flowers - a scarlet rose. The base of the pyramid opens with an alluring, ambergris that weaves in a passionate dance with a seductive, sexy musk. The finishing touches to the stunning picture are placed by noble black tea mixed with woody notes of overseas cedar. The fragrance Atkinsons 24 Old Bond Street Triple Extract belongs to the unisex category, and can be used equally by sensual, delicate representatives of the fair sex, and confident, respectable gentlemen.