Urban Apothecary’s Notorious Neroli Reed Diffuser recreates the perfumed cloud of a hundred flowering orange trees.Read More
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Urban Apothecary’s Notorious Neroli Reed Diffuser recreates the perfumed cloud of a hundred flowering orange trees.
Inspired by the electric orange blossoms and clean, citrus lemons, the diffuser boasts a vetiver, sandalwood and moss base, a heart of neroli blossom, lime leaf and white lavender, and a top of lemon, bergamot and mandarin.
Handcrafted in England, expert artisans select the finest reeds to infuse your space with scent, and hand-pour natural glycerine-based fragrance into mouth-blown glass bottles.
- Handcrafted in Leicestershire
- Fragranced with notes of vetiver, lime leaf and lemon
- Boasts hand-selected reeds and a mouth-blown glass bottle