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London Town | Fragrance Oil

DOOP FRAGRANCE CO.

London Town | Fragrance Oil

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FRAGRANCE DESCRIPTION:

Immerse in the heart of London's Soho with a fragrance inspired by the iconic Dean Street. Sparkling citrus and golden apricot echo its lively pulse, while romantic notes of rose and magnolia recount tales of passion. Whispers of linden blossom blend with the sultry embrace of amber and musk, capturing the timeless allure of a street where history meets modernity.

Inspired by Ouai’s Dean Street

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Anthony Berryhill_OKC
High-end London Hotel Scent

London Town OOTB smells like a hotel we stayed in a few years ago when we took a trip to Europe. It's sophisticated, musk, but has the right amount of sweet that'll remind you of London.
When paired at 10% with soy wax, this FO is strong yet not overwhelming. Dare I say my new favorite from Doop? Perfect for spring and summer!

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Paul S.
citrus with a bit of a bitter bite

this one is a mostly fruity scent. I get notes of lime, pomelo some orange. it is citrusy and slightly bitter smelling, but not super sour. I don’t much sweetness either. it has some floral notes, but they are way in the background, but add some interest. I think this one would make a great blender. it is unique for a citrusy fruit scent which is hard to do after so many have been made by now