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Apricot, Peach, Pear, Black Currant, Green Apple
Jasmine, Sandalwood, Moss
Musk, Vanilla, Cedar
Burberry London for Women is a fruity and warm, yet fresh fragrance. The perfume is inspired by London which makes it ideal to brighten up cold and damp autumn or winter days.
The base of the perfume is formed by vanilla which is a very distinctive feature of the entire Burberry London perfume. Along with musk, vanilla makes the London perfume delicate. The heart of the fragrance consists of woody accents of sandalwood and cedar. A jasmine aroma brings a dash of the mysterious and provocative. Peach, apricot, plum and blackcurrant chords add pure deliciousness and freshness of sweet, ripe fruit to the London essence.
Burberry London is pleasantly warm thanks to woody scents and each of its wearers is stroked and soothed by vanilla. The London perfume is also typical for its lightness and joy of fruit. Burberry London perfectly combines warm antiquity of London with its contemporary, modern style.
Burberry London is ideal exactly for that kind of a woman. A woman who is modern, yet has a space for romance and naivety of the times gone by in her heart. The woman who likes Burberry is herself, emancipated, independent and fearless. All in all, Burberry London is a perfect perfume for all women and girls who love the unique character and the beauty of London.
Like all Burberry perfumes, London is also ideal for everyday wear, when it is able to inject new life and joy into you. It will not let you down during your daily activities, but it can also be a perfect accessory on every special occasion.
Burberry was born back in 1856, when 21 year old Thomas Burberry opened a small fashion shop in the English Hampshire. Burberry is one of many British fashion brands, and all the more valuable. Little did Burberry know that a great deal of well-deserved wealth awaited him. In the 1950s, Burberry was a universal brand and became the main supplier for Queen Elizabeth II.
Burberry was the choice of fragrance for Prince Charles of Wales in 1989. What better way of promoting a brand is there than by having it flaunted by royalty?