Jo Malone ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne
Hello friends! Today I want to do a Jo Malone ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne Review. This is the new cologne from Jo Malone and it is a limited edition cologne. It has been released alongside a pillow mist, candle and diffuser, all of which are in the Lavender & Moonflower fragrance. I’ll try and share some more information on the Lavender & Moonflower fragrance soon, but today, I wanted to share information and a review of the ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne. It’s beautiful, etherial, unisex and unique. I’m so excited to chat about it with you! Let’s go!
What does Jo Malone ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne smell like?
An evening wander filled with possibility. The enchanting freshness of feathery English camomile leaves mingle with blue moonflowers, glimpsed in the garden after dark. Enveloped in the gentle sensuality of cocooning white musk.
Notes: moonflower, chamomile, white musk
Jo Malone Lavender & Moonflower Fragrance
Alongside the Jo Malone ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne, the perfumery have released a small collection of Lavender & Moonflower fragranced items; a candle, diffuser and pillow mist. Again, this collection is limited edition and housed in beautiful midnight blue coloured glass, so if you want to indulge, please make sure you do it soon before it sells out. Jo Malone Lavender & Moonflower is a blend of white musk, lavender and night blooming moonflower.
Jo Malone ‘Moonlit Camomile’ Cologne Review
I feel like Moonlit Camomile Cologne is a fragrance the Jo Malone fans have been waiting for. Why? Because it’s a stunning alternative to the iconic Wood Sage & Sea Salt cologne.
When Wood Sage & Sea Salt burst on to the fragrance scene, it changed the game. It was almost a throwback to lighter, unisex fragrances of the 90’s, but also it was a brand new genre we hadn’t really seen before; Light, fresh, coastal, minimalist, barely there, modern. It was the birth of something new, the no-fragrance-fragrance category. As soon as it came out, every brand tried to make a fragrance to rival it and noone really achieved, Wood Sage & Sea Salt reigned supreme.
Whilst Moonlit Camomile is quite different to Wood Sage & Sea Salt in terms of it’s notes, it has a similar feel. Gone are the salty, coastal, wild moments, and instead it’s more etherial, romantic and pretty. The lavender is earthy and unisex, the night blooming florals add a little glamour the musk adds some sensuality. That being said, I still see it as quite a unisex fragrance. A little less unisex than Wood Sage & Sea Salt, as it is a bit prettier, but still unisex. If Wood Sage & Sea Salt is your day perfume, then Moonlit Camomile could be your evening perfume. Let’s just hope it becomes a main collection item in the future, as right now it’s limited edition. So if you want it… hurry.
Other Jo Malone Perfumes you might like!
It can be so hard to blind buy perfumes, so I always like to compare a new fragrance to other fragrances in the collection which reminds of me the perfume. Personally, I think Wild Fig & Cassis has similarities, mainly for it’s outdoors-vibe and unisex feel. It’s also got some parallels with Myrrh & Tonka, as it’s quite simple, with no stand out accords, but more of a ‘feeling’. But I would say the fragrance it’s most like from the collection is Wood Sage & Sea Salt, mainly because it’s light, airy, outdoorsy, soft but woodsy and very unisex and fresh. If you like Wood Sage & Sea Salt, I would strongly recommend you try Moonlit Camomile.
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