UK-headquartered fragrance creator and manufacturer CPL Aromas has created a bespoke fragrance for the Royal Society of Chemistry who presented it to Buckingham Palace on the 19th of November as a Christmas gift in the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
The green floral fragrance has been named Adamas, derived from the Greek word for Diamond. It has been offered in a bespoke crystal bottle created by craftsmen David Sanders and Andrew Wallace at their workshop in the Yorkshire Dales.
The juice itself is a collaboration between perfumers Stephane Bengana and Ange Stavrevska at CPL Aromas and incorporates many precious ingredients found in Commonwealth countries such as Jamaica, Canada, India, Sri Lanka and Australia.
“The perfume was inspired by the classic fragrances available at the time of the Coronation in 1952. Sensual floral’s were popular during this era, as were fresh and lively green accords both of which feature,” said Ange Stavrevska.