Intoxicating Perfumes

Posted in FEATURE ON September 14, 2018

Are these the world’s most intoxicating perfumes?  These two beautiful fragrances will deliver quite the kick.

Gin Fizz by Lubin

 The house of Lubin was a favourite perfumer to the 19th European royal courts, the official supplier to George IV and Tsar Alexander of Russia. In 1830 the house obtained the title of Official Perfumer of the French Royal Court. In 1955, Gin Fizz was created, as a tribute to one of the most elegant and beautiful women in the world, American actress Grace Kelly. The scent contains notes of juniper berry, jasmine, rose and musk and is the perfect accessory for a glamorous night in.

Juliette Has A Gun Moscow Mule


Juliette Has A Gun was founded by Romano Ricci, the great grandson of couturier Nina Ricci and one of the fragrance industries notable disruptors. In his mind, the innocent Juliette from Shakespeare has been transported to the 21st century with a ‘gun’, a metaphor for perfume, the weapon of seduction. 

The sparkling Moscow Mule fragrance is just like the vodka cocktail, powerful and dazzling, with notes of ginger and bergamot and the molecule called Norlimbanol, which exudes a sexy, woody patchouli like note, for pure animal attraction.