Willow Song Scented Reed Diffuser

LAVENHAM WALK

Honeyed Woods & Spice

(1 customer review)
180ml

£50.00

Blousy and billowing, the willow tree drapes itself over the banks of rivers and ponds, its branches weeping gracefully into the water. Willow Song is an unreservedly romantic fragrance, remindful of floaty green florals of Lily of the Valley, Rose and Ivy blended with mellow woody notes of Cedarwood and Musk.

At Noble Isle, we are great believers in the power of fragrance to enhance mood, trigger memories and create a sense of place. The Scented Reed Diffusers are made with silk reeds and our signature fine fragrance imparts a continually evocative aroma. An unreservedly romantic fragrance, remindful of floaty green florals and mellow woods.


Key Benefits

Noble Isle Scented Reed Diffusers are made with silk reeds and our signature fine fragrance blends to continually radiate evocative aroma. Our reed diffusers last approximately 16-20 weeks.


Inspiration

An unreservedly romantic fragrance, remindful of floaty green florals and mellow woods. Willow song is our most feminine fragrance with clean, fresh, green notes. The floral notes in this fragrance are balanced with a hint of crisp, green aromas and Watermelon and Peach. The basenotes of Cedarwood and Musk provide a refined, delicate, sensual and long-lasting aroma.


Fragrance Notes
Top notes: Rose Petal, Ivy Heart notes: Watermelon, Lily of the Valley Base notes: Cedarwood, Musk

What Our Customers Say
  1. Great Level of Fragrance

    I have brought other Reed diffusers but none have had the level of fragrance that the Noble Isle one has, well worth the extra money

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  1. Great Level of Fragrance

    I have brought other Reed diffusers but none have had the level of fragrance that the Noble Isle one has, well worth the extra money

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Willow Song

Poetically as it is visually, the willow has always been a tear-jerker: Shakespeare’s Desdemona sobs herself a river in Othello and Ophelia in Hamlet meets a watery end after climbing despairingly on to a wispy willow branch.