NEW: Atkinsons - Mint & Tonic!

hednic

Basenotes Institution
Oct 25, 2007
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British brand Atkinsons has launched Mint & Tonic, a new fragrance in the brand's Contemporary Collection.


For this freshest of new editions we have joyously plundered the tranquility of the English Potager Garden to exalt the herbaceous godsend that is mint, the inspiration for the herbaceous thrill that is Atkinsons Mint &Tonic eau de parfum.



A fiendishly versatile scent of sparkling freshness and pitch perfect mood elevation.

Swooshing into life, light as air, like a skateboard carving upon a gentle gradient.



The burst of just crushed mint dissipates into a melodic breeze of floral and herbal-citrus notes.

Luminous mandarin, lime and ginger mingle with the more languid, earthy tones of musk and cedar wood.



A shimmering fragrance of freshness and sensuality that instantaneously stirs the optimism of summer.



Additional notes include grapefruit, geranium and vetiver.



Atkinsons Mint & Tonic is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
 

Hazel5

Basenotes Plus
Basenotes Plus
Jul 25, 2016
The ad copy is over the top "like a skateboard carving upon a gentle gradient...". I'm all in. And I love mint.
 
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colourblind

Super Member
Aug 11, 2013
Tried it last week. Really liked it!! So fresh for summer. The mint is prominent at spray but disappears fast. Then grapefruit note is more prominent on skin, very clean musk towards the end. Love it and might get a bottle soon!
 

hednic

Basenotes Institution
Oct 25, 2007
Tried it last week. Really liked it!! So fresh for summer. The mint is prominent at spray but disappears fast. Then grapefruit note is more prominent on skin, very clean musk towards the end. Love it and might get a bottle soon!
Thanks for the insight.
 

Kaern

Basenotes Plus
Basenotes Plus
Apr 2, 2008
The mint is prominent at spray but disappears fast. Then grapefruit note is more prominent on skin

Notoriously hard to keep going --- liking the grapefruit and musk finish

I still think Atkinsons are a bit of a rip though
 

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