Jo Malone Herb Garden Review - Really Ree
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Jo Malone Herb Garden Review

11 Feb 2016 (Updated: 20 Jan 2019)

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Once again Jo Malone London beautifully celebrates a quintessential British theme as it steps into the herb garden with a collection of really interesting and surprising scent combinations. With the likes of Wild Strawberry and Parsley and Carrot Blossom and Fennel, the Jo Malone Herb Garden offers us a whole new olfactory experience.

Jo Malone Herb Garden Review

Jo Malone Herb Garden Collection

Jo Malone Herb Garden Review

The Herb Garden is described as a ‘quirky tapestry of fragrant foliage’. I am loving this concept.

  • Sorrel & Lemon Thyme – zest of lemon, bigarade, petitgrain, sorrel, lemon thyme, rosemary, geranium leaves, moss
  • Wild Strawberry & Parsley – flat-leaf parlsey, tomato, ripe blackcurrant, wild starwberries, violet leaf, moss
  • Nasturtium & Clover – cool clover, peppery rocket, lemon, nasturtium blooms, jasmine petals, vetiver
  • Carrot Blossom & Fennel – just-ripe carrot, fresh fennel, rose, orange flower water

I have Sorrel & Lemon Thyme and Wild Strawberry & Parsley and both are really unique.

Jo Malone Herb Garden – Sorrel & Lemon Thyme

Sorrel & Thyme is really fresh and vibrant. It’s a wonderfully zesty one to get you going in the morning and help you keep fresh and bright throughout the day. As well as citrus, it has a very clean, revitalising smell – like it could clear a cloudy head and set you on the right track for the day.

Jo Malone Herb Garden – Wild Strawberry & Parsley

Wild Stawberry & Parsley is a much softer, sweeter affair. I love strawberries and this is a beautifully earthy take on the fruit that paints a picture of them growing from the ground. There’s the perfect balance of the soft sweetness of the berry and green leafiness of violet. This one is my favourite of the two.

Jo Malone Herb Garden Review

And I love the model that the brand has chosen to represent the Jo Malone Herb Garden collection.

It is available from March 2015 and a 30ml bottles costs £44.  Find Jo Malone London HERE.



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