Durance Room Diffuser Rose January 14 2014
A cliché by any other name would smell as sweet they say, but there is no doubting the appeal of the smell of rose. Some fragrances go in and out of fashion but rose is a favourite year in year out. The rose oil industry started in the tenth century when the famous Persian philosopher, doctor and scientist Avicenna published his method of distilling rose petals.
Perfumers have been using rose ever since, and the use of rose has become a speciality of fragrance houses in Grasse in southern France like Durance. So it was inevitable that they would include a rose in their range of room fragrances. The smell is a particularly rich and sweet one which captures the full range of notes you would expect if you came across a rose bush in full bloom on a calm summer's evening.
It comes in a 100ml dispenser bottle with a set of absorbent rattan diffuser sticks that will continue releasing the scent into your room for weeks. A 250ml refill is available for when it finally runs out.