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The heady notes of waxy Irish rosebuds drift on the breeze, mingling with fresh citrus and berries in the late afternoon sunshine.
Top notes of citrus and raspberry evoke the warmth of sunshine, blended with middle notes of creamy rosebuds, vanilla, and a luscious base of Oud, patchouli and amber resin for a sweeping, romantic experience
Field roses can be found growing wild in hedgerows and along pathways across Ireland. They flower in the sunny months of June and July. For centuries Irish roses have been cultivated for their intoxicating scents in walled gardens.