Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15

My love for perfume has always been pretty obsessive and I think I had around 20 at one time but I have calmed down since then and got my favourites down a tiny 5. Long gone are the days of seriously sickly scents and nowadays I much more of a pure scent girl with the likes of Jo Malone fragrances being my absolute favourite. 

Now lets say hello to my newest member to the collection this is the Liz Earle Botanical Essence No15 which was a gift from my sister. I believe this was realsed last year but I'm not sure on that fact but I know this is the second release from the brand and its my personal out of the now 3 that they have available. As from the name you can guess its made up from 15 essential ingredients and as rubbish as I am at describing scents I can't just quite put my finger on the notes so here are they are: 
  • Damask Rose Absolute 
  • Cedarwood - Virginian Essential Oil
  • Vetiver
  • Bergamot
  • Tonka Bean Absolute
  • Clove bud oil
  • Benzoin Gum
  • Elemi Gum
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Pink Pepper Berry Oil 
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil 
  • Cinnamon Leaf Oil
  • Guaiacwood oil
  • Cypriol Root Oil
  • Patchouli
Its not the lightest scent in the world but neither is it so heavy that it makes you sick but this perfume has serious lasting power which is what drew me to it in the first place. I spritzed it on myself to obviously smell it on my own skin rather than a bit of paper and that was early morning and by the night I could still smell on it on my hair.   My main selling point for a perfume is for how long it lasts I love it when you wear a item of clothing and you can still smell the perfume on it the next day. Of course as its a Liz Earle item the packaging is simple and neutral but the bottle is rubberised like the Nars packaging so it can get grubby if you want to be throwing this in your bag. 

Have you tried any of the Liz Earle perfumes? What's your favourite perfume? 
Rebecca Warriner