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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Mandy Aftel's Aftelier Honey Blossom EDP has notes of mimosa, linden blossom, orange blossom absolute, phenyl ethyl alcohol, ambergris and benzoin. The rich, luxurious smell of honey.


This is the EDP, eau de parfum

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  • Helen - 23rd Jun 2020

    5
    MY AFTELIERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MINE! :I

    I bought soooooooooooooooooo much crazy stuff from this house, you have no idea: from face balms and “elixirs”, to hair & body oils, to edps and concentrated fragrance oils, to solid-filled patch boxes (I own four!), to flavored chocolates, and even a Violet chef’s spray! Um, am I missing anything? :/ To be frugal and wise, I’d say the oil concentration and solid format are the ways to go, in terms of sampling and value for your money. The reason I say this is because Aftelier is not a designer house that can be bought on the grey market at a steep discount. Aftelier is all-natural and artisanal, and based on my tastes (not to mention after a number of post-2000 era, IFRA-related disappointments), Mandy’s fragrances are totally worth the splurge, if you’re like me, and prefer owning a smaller wardrobe of scents, that is, compared to the average person. Within the line, some have an unmistakably vintage feel, and Honey Blossom is one. A lucid scent that begins with anise, and transitions to the linden blossom, Honey Blossom is accompanied by a drop of honey, which creates a delicate smear, acting like an ointment for the nose. Perfectly fine by me, as I am not the biggest fan of honey (in fragrance). I own the mini oil in a pack of two different trios that come with their own colorful silk pouches. There is a point in the development I can’t place my finger on, where I’m reminded of my no. 1 absolute favorite, Memento Mori, which I most happily own in both edp and oil, and enjoy wearing in tandem with my second favorite, Bergamoss in solid. I won’t neglect to add that I do prefer longevity over projection, and am wholly satisfied with the performance(s). I LOVE this house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sarah - 2nd Nov 2013

    4
    sweet but lovely, light and lingering...

    Most of Aftel's frangrances do not work on me but this, Wildflowers and her sublime Jasmine do wonders. This IS very sweet but then again so is honey! Yet, the syrupy sweetness fades in the first 10 minutes and lingers as a mellow late summer sunset for the next few hours. It's fresh, girly and mild. If her scents work well with your body chemistry, this is definitely a winner. Try this combined with Wildflowers- it's happy whiff of summer's end.

3 Reviews

  • Helen - 23rd Jun 2020

    5
    MY AFTELIERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MINE! :I

    I bought soooooooooooooooooo much crazy stuff from this house, you have no idea: from face balms and “elixirs”, to hair & body oils, to edps and concentrated fragrance oils, to solid-filled patch boxes (I own four!), to flavored chocolates, and even a Violet chef’s spray! Um, am I missing anything? :/ To be frugal and wise, I’d say the oil concentration and solid format are the ways to go, in terms of sampling and value for your money. The reason I say this is because Aftelier is not a designer house that can be bought on the grey market at a steep discount. Aftelier is all-natural and artisanal, and based on my tastes (not to mention after a number of post-2000 era, IFRA-related disappointments), Mandy’s fragrances are totally worth the splurge, if you’re like me, and prefer owning a smaller wardrobe of scents, that is, compared to the average person. Within the line, some have an unmistakably vintage feel, and Honey Blossom is one. A lucid scent that begins with anise, and transitions to the linden blossom, Honey Blossom is accompanied by a drop of honey, which creates a delicate smear, acting like an ointment for the nose. Perfectly fine by me, as I am not the biggest fan of honey (in fragrance). I own the mini oil in a pack of two different trios that come with their own colorful silk pouches. There is a point in the development I can’t place my finger on, where I’m reminded of my no. 1 absolute favorite, Memento Mori, which I most happily own in both edp and oil, and enjoy wearing in tandem with my second favorite, Bergamoss in solid. I won’t neglect to add that I do prefer longevity over projection, and am wholly satisfied with the performance(s). I LOVE this house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sarah - 2nd Nov 2013

    4
    sweet but lovely, light and lingering...

    Most of Aftel's frangrances do not work on me but this, Wildflowers and her sublime Jasmine do wonders. This IS very sweet but then again so is honey! Yet, the syrupy sweetness fades in the first 10 minutes and lingers as a mellow late summer sunset for the next few hours. It's fresh, girly and mild. If her scents work well with your body chemistry, this is definitely a winner. Try this combined with Wildflowers- it's happy whiff of summer's end.

  • Unknown - 31st May 2012

    2
    Anaemic honey blossom

    So disappointed. I am always on the search for a really stellar honey dominant scent, but alas, this was not it. It is a wan floral with a faint honey note and is so faint on my skin that I cannot distinguish it from a hundred others boring florals.

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