Laboratory Perfumes's second scent owes its existence to a gorse-lined driveway in Provence. Captivated by the coconut-infused air surrounding the yellow flowers of the gorse bushes, they set about creating a scent that captured the essence of summer in the countryside. The result is a fresh, crisp fragrance that transports the wearer to sun-kissed heathlands along the coast.
Gorse is an olfactory snapshot of a summer evening on seaside moorland covered in heather, and it's achieved with a mix of citrus and spicy notes. Daily Telegraph Fashion