Whether you’re a grinch or festive fundi, Jo Malone London has a knack for putting us all into the Christmas spirit. Each year, we’re treated to new limited editions or revived old faithfuls by the fragrance brand that tick all the boxes of the perfect Christmas gift. This year, we’re introduced to one of their most exciting releases yet – Ginger Biscuit Cologne. And, yes, it’s as delicious as it sounds.
The warm, spicy note combination of Jo Malone London’s Ginger Biscuit Cologne is destined to make you swoon, with top notes of ginger, nutmeg, caramel and cinnamon to start. It then moves into middle notes of butter crumbly and roasted hazelnuts, and eventually settles into a tonka bean and vanilla base. The OG Jo Malone London fans will remember that this scent was introduced to us in 2013 as part of the Sugar & Spice collection. There were five different fragrances launched within that collection, all inspired by delectable desserts. And what would 25 December be without desserts?
Pair it with...
As you know, Jo Malone London is all about mixing and matching different scents (aka fragrance layering) to create your own, bespoke smell. We’ve already done the leg work of pre-selecting *two* much-loved fragrances to bring out the best of your cologne. Spritz your Ginger Biscuit Cologne on your pulse points, such as your neck, wrists, tops of your ears, belly button and the inside of your knees, to leave a trail of scent for those around you. Trust us, it’s a game changer!
Once the initial scent has settled, layer with your favourite fragrance and body products from the Jo Malone London range.
A word on gifting
Looking for gift inspo? Next time you pop into Edgars, visit the Jo Malone London counter and ask about their latest scents. They have the most gorgeous, sophisticated gift sets you’ve ever seen and their wrapping facility is one-of-a-kind. If you purchase a product, expect an impeccably packaged gift bag wrapped in scented tissue paper. We’re currently obsessed with the latest Ginger Biscuit Cologne box, which resembles actual ginger bread.