Willow and Water Library of Flowers

4.50 из 5
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Willow and Water Library of Flowers

Willow and Water Library of Flowers

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Willow and Water Library of Flowers for women and men of Library of Flowers

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Willow and Water by Library of Flowers is a Aromatic Green fragrance for women and men. Willow and Water was launched in 2013. Top note is green notes; middle note is lotus;

6 reviews for Willow and Water Library of Flowers

  1. :

    4 out of 5

    Very refreshing! I look up the lotus flower and have learned that almost all of it is edible. That’s may be the reason why Willow and Water make me think of a beverage or something green and sweet like green tea flavored ice cream. It’s a bit sharp when first sprayed but settle down fast and doesn’t seems very long lasting. I like that it’s very feminine and has that watercress note that I love so much in Sea and Sky from Tokyo Milk. Sea and Sky is more marine and masculine so I prefer Willow and Water for myself. I was afraid of the cut greens note because I usually don’t like Margot Elena’s creations with that component (Sencha bleu, Crushed, Root) but I don’t detect it here. It’s a strong like for me and I will happily wear it this spring.

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    Library of Flowers is another darling creation of Denver CO perfumer Margot Elena (Tokyo Milk, Lollia & Love and Toast). It is an American (subsidiary) company specializing “American small batch perfumery” and lovely.
    I adore watercress and willows are my favorite tree so I will be getting samples from this company as soon as humanly possible and reviewing.
    Other Library of Flowers scents are listed by the database but according to the website, only these are the ones available currently:
    Willow & Water
    (cut greens, flowering lotus & watercress)
    (green cardamom, ylang-ylang & amber resin)
    (osmanthus, rice powder & white orchid)
    (linden blossom, narcissus & clover honey)
    Field & Flowers
    (apricot, honeyed blossom & wildflowers)
    (sugared fig, ambrosia honey & royal bee blossom)
    True Vanilla
    (bergamot, dark vanilla& amber)
    Not only are these scents quaint and quality, they are also affordable ($48 US for 50 ml EDP). Each scent also has hand crème, crème perfume (containing 3x the parfum of the EDP!) and bubble bath. Some scents are available in perfumed soaps. There are gift sets and duos available, as well.
    With these wonderfully simple and sublime scents, it is easy to smell swell & be well…

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    I agree, this is a tranquil watery green floral. However, unlike many watery florals this settles from an initial cool crispness into a warmer muskiness. It blended better with my chemistry than I was afraid it would. And while green, it is neither herbal nor grassy but something sweeter and fresher. For such a light scent, it had 5+ hour longevity; and while it was light, it had more than low projection. Interestingly reapplication gave it a fleshier note that did fade but was very different than the first spritz.

  4. :

    5 out of 5

    Love this scent. It smells fresh and green, but not herbal. It reminds me of tea and flower petals. This is the scent I’d expect at a relaxing spa. Makes me feel calm.

  5. :

    5 out of 5

    The powdery note might be the lotus, not the musk. I found lotus powderiness sickening in the majority of scents (eg: Lotus blue by Aubusson). If it’s the case, your review is very useful. Thanks.

  6. :

    5 out of 5

    Willow and Water started out so lovely. It’s sweet -but not in a sticky candy sense- fresh, and watery. An unexpected powdery musk emerges after about an hour, which I don’t love. I have only noticed it when I wore this perfume in a small, closed area (my car). Overall lasted probably 4 hours, maybe more. Sillage is moderate to strong. Would absolutely love it if not for the powder/musk.
    The notes listed in Fragrantica differ from the official Library of Flowers description of: Cut Greens (top), Flowering Lotus (middle), Watercress (base).
    [Update: @Bosem you are most likely correct. Heavy powder and musk are used together so often, I sometimes have trouble differentiating when I come across that heavy stifling sort of drydown. It overwhelms my senses and makes me a bit nauseous as well.]

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