Win an Atkinson’s Tulipe Noire Eau De Parfum Set – Enter Daily – ends 1/27
From Dave Lackie. Win a large bottle of Atkinson’s Tulipe Noire – which has an amazing story.
James Atkinson opened his soap and perfumes shop in 1799 in London, England, blending aromatic and intriguing scents often using flowers and ingredients found in the U.K.
One of James’ most-beloved scents debuted in May 1929 as an homage to a compelling novel. French author, Alexandre Dumas had written a sprawling love story under the name “La Tulipe Noire”.
A symbol: Black tulip is a symbol for justice and tolerance in the U.K. But it is also a symbol for the most perfect and divine love between two people. The original fragrance was a tribute to French author, Alexandre Dumas’ compelling novel ‘La Tulipe Noire’.
Scent style: an alluring woody-floral with a sense of mystery — Notes: bergamot, coridander, tuberose, jasmine, ambrox, musk, cedar, sandalwood.
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