Scent Name: No. 7 for her
Manufacturer: English Laundry
Scent Description and Notes: “No 7 by English Laundry is a Floral Fruity fragrance for women. No 7 was launched during the 2010’s. Top notes are pear, jasmine, melon and apricot; middle notes are gardenia, jasmine and almond; base notes are sandalwood, vanilla, whipped cream and musk.” -http://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/English-Laundry/No-7-18605.html
Perfume Oil Color: Cannot tell through white plastic vial.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 1.5ml sample vial. The vial is a white plastic with fancy calligraphy-type font featuring the name of the company in largest size, followed by the name of scent just over a tiny black block print featuring the name of the creator. , a plastic black nozzle, and gold writing (font varies in size) featuring the brand and scent name / company along with the perfume type.
- ITV: It’s a bit sweeter and girlier than I had anticipated, like the whipped body creams that Bartell Drugs sells. Granted, the addition of succulent apricot and ripe pear elevate it nicely.
- Wet: It’s light and slightly sweet, reminding me of some frothy sweet melon-based beverage I had in Japan, but have forgotten the name. The melon paired with the apricot is innocently fruity, ripe, and absolutely delicious next to the white gardenia and airy whipped cream and vanilla notes. Very nice.
- Dry: It’s slightly powdery, lightly floral, creamy, warm, and the faintest bit fruity from the apricot and pear. I do like this.