Blue Lotus (rerelease): A delicately mysterious blend of Egyptian blue water musk, blue lotus flowers, antique papyrus, pale white Nile flowers, sweet flag root, and white sandalwood.
Elegant Coquette: A light, bright flirtation of sheer white florals, sparkling elderflower wine, raspberry leaf, tea roses, tagettes, and with an elegant touch of summer stone fruits - white peach, green plums, golden apricots with a handful of fresh picked raspberries.
Mermaids in the Basement: An siren song of seawater soaked linen, aquatic incense, white ginger, pomelo, limoncello, dry moss, clary sage, cactus flower, prickly pear, loquat, fir resin, cedar needles, mesquite pods, Hinoki wood, Guaiac wood, and Elemi resin.
Sea Girl: A sun-kissed summer of beachy ozone and warm skin musk with languidly sensual elements of wild jasmine, sugar cane, double pearl tuberose, hibiscus tea, coconut water, key lime, mandarin, white rum, and clean white patchouli.
Voice of the Sea: An olfactory musing from the underside of a wooden dock - salinaceous seabreezes, sun bleached driftwood, crushed seashells, a twist of Meyers lemon peel, barnacles, mineralistic sand, and seasoaked timbers.
Whisper of Stars: The ethereal magic of a summer night. Cool dew and airy musk whispering over green stemone, lily of the valley, jasmine tea, and Spanish tree moss.
An unexpected but homerun favorite for me was Sea Girl. I can see myself purchasing a full bottle of this either next summer, or if/whe... view moren I see it on the Last Chance page (please no), whichever comes first.
I found Blue Lotus, Mermaids in the Basement, Voice of the Sea, and Whisper of Stars to all be enjoyable, and I could see myself picking up 5 mL of each in the future.
Little bummed by Elegant Coquette, but it just wasn't my personal style. I'll take that minor disappointment in stride for finding Sea Girl, anyday. view less