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A green jasmine with an aquatic lightness at the top which deepens to accommodate airy tuberose (now there's a contradiction in terms) and hints of muguet. It's that subtle, simple thing that Heeley does well but which ultimately never has me reaching for my wallet. This is a white floral bouquet that may tempt those who can't stand them; it's stripped of indoles and trips shivering naked through the clouds, singing: 'I could live on air alone.' A cunningly charming creation.
28 June, 2012