Nashi Blossom

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Created by:
Fabrice Pellegrin.

Described by Jo Malone London:
Original launch:

"Petal pop. Spring bursts into pristine white blossoms, soon to become succulent nashi fruit.

The sweetness of pear with a crisp bite of apple. Bright with mouth-watering lemon. Vivid juices streaming over nashi blossom, voluptuous rose and softest white musk.

In a unique bottle inspired by the nashi flower. Playful. Radiant. Efflorescent."

Blossom Belle:
"A playful Blossom Girl. Pristine white petals. Succulent with nashi fruit and pear. A bite of crisp apple. Softened with rose and white musk."

Top:Lemon, peony, jasmine
Heart: Pear Blossom, nashi fruit, apple, rose
Base: White musk

The story: Based on the Nashi tree, which blooms with pristine white blossoms before bearing the succulent nashi pear.

A burst of fruit opens this playful spring scent, mingling with white florals, revealing a slightly flirtatious musk on the dry down.
I can't say I dislike this fragrance, but there is just nothing special for me. It's nice, it's perfect for spring, but I'd be hard pushed to suggest this is an essential purchase.
If you are in love with English Pear & Freesia, this could be an interesting alternative for you.



Special editions:
2016 original release - Monochrome dots and lime green cap.
2018 Blossom Belles - Florescent green label, neon yellow cord and white lid.

This fragrance is now discontinued.