- The label in question is believed to have been selected by her for her marriage to Prince Philip.
A person’s perfume says a lot about them. Even if unconsciously, your tastes and preferences are manifested in the choice of a fragrance. It was no different with Queen Elizabeth II.
According to sources close to the royal family, the Floris of London house, created in 1730 in Mayfair, London, was chosen by the ruler as her official signature. Interestingly, the monarch was born in the same region.
Elizabeth’s favorite fragrance was White Rose, a combination of floral notes with musk, a component used in fine perfumery to harmonize and add comfort to the essence.
The label in question is believed to have been selected by her for her marriage to Prince Philip. After the ceremony, the ruler adopted him for life. Currently, a 100 ml bottle of the perfume is sold at 80 pounds on the brand’s official e-commerce.
The British leader’s good relationship with Floris of London lasted throughout her reign. In 1971, the monarch granted the company a royal seal. The enterprise has been recognized since then as the official perfumery of the monarchy.
But the act of consideration didn’t just happen on the queen’s part. At this year’s Platinum Jubilee, Floris of London took the opportunity to launch a fragrance in honor of the sovereign.
The perfume was named Platinum 22 and contains notes of orris, one of the rarest perfumery components in the world and popularly known as Queen Elizabeth Root, as well as oatmeal and black tea. The product costs 200 pounds, approximately. and is also for sale on the brand’s website.
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