Monday, 30 August 2010

"Azure Lime" by Tom Ford Private Blend

7TH MAN welcomes the latest edition to the Tom Ford Private Blend series, “Azure Lime”.

Azure Lime captures the easy style and relaxed glamour of Mustique, one of Tom Ford’s favorite destinations; a private island nestled in the Eastern Caribbean. “There is a captivating sense of warmth and luminosity there, balanced with an old-world charm that is unique to Mustique,” says Tom Ford.

Azure Lime is a refreshing, citrus fragrance yet at the same time full of depth and ever evolving.

It opens with a radiant top note of lime, evocative of the region’s lush citrus groves, together with notes of Valencia orange, lemon and bergamot.

The heart of the fragrance reveals an intercontinental richness with notes of Egyptian jasmine, Tunisian neroli, violet leaves, and orange flower. A treasured local South African herb called buchu brings a rush of mint and citrus, softened by delicate Moroccan orris butter.

The base note provides the warm sensuality of sandalwood, patchouli, tonka bean, while sea moss and oakwood extract lend a charming twist.

The new scent is contained in the Tom Ford Private Blend signature packaging inspired by the dark brown glass coloring of the apothecary bottles used in perfume laboratories.

The 50ml flacon is created to be weighty in the hand and has the sleek architectural look of a chess piece and the 250ml decanter is carved with the highest level of craftsmanship.

As with all Tom Ford Private Blend collection of exclusive fragrances, each are “open to interpretation” and suitable for both men and women.

Private Blend Azure Lime is currently available exclusively from Harrods and and will be available nationwide from 1 November 2010.

Private Blend Azure Lime 50ml RRP £115.00

Private Blend Azure Lime 250ml RRP £260.00

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