A visit to Jo Malone London Townhouse

A visit to Jo Malone London Townhouse

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Jo Malone London Townhouse

Over the years of blogging I’ve been fortunate enough to be invited to lots of wonderful events. Some of the most memorable have been at the famous Jo Malone London Townhouse. No, not just a mythical place, the brand have a very classic London Townhouse in the heart of central London.

This is the place where they host many events, from Christmas previews, new launches and most recently I went along to learn all about some of their most popular cologne scents, the notes that make them up and the ways they can be combined to create something unique.

Jo Malone London Townhouse
Jo Malone London Townhouse

The event was to share the news that they have new 50ml versions of a number of the most popular fragrances. These new bottles are square little half-sizes of the larger bottles. A size they originally launched in the Cologne Intense range and have now extended to the Cologne range too.

Jo Malone London Townhouse

As with everything Jo Malone, the event just had a something special about it. With a classic English fete theme, beautiful floral decorations and and STICKERS (yes, I am a child who gets exceedingly excited about stickers). It was a lovely way to spend a little time exploring the classic fragrances – Pomegranate Noir and Lime Basil & Mandarin – along with some new launches such as hair mists and ways to layer and combine fragrances.

Jo Malone London Townhouse

Pomegrantate Noir has long been a favourite of mine, it’s one I associate with winter and more of an evening out type of scent. But I find when combined with something like Wood Sage & Sea Salt or Lime Basil & Mandarin it takes it to a whole new place. I love the fragrance combining side to Jo Malone as a brand. It’s something I first experienced for my wedding combining bridal signature Orange Blossom with (sadly now discontinued) White Jasmine & Mint. Both scents I love on their own but the combination takes me right back to the sunny day in Norfolk in August 2014.

If you have a favourite Jo Malone fragrance or perhaps like a few scents, have you tried combining them? What are your favourite combinations or do you prefer to stick to one at a time?

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