Crabtree & Evelyn Indian Sandalwood & Moroccan Myrrh ~ new fragrances

Crabtree & Evelyn Moroccan Myrrh

Crabtree & Evelyn has repackaged and relaunched two fragrances for men. Sandalwood, launched in 2004, has been reformulated and is now Indian Sandalwood. Nomad, originally launched in 1999, has been renamed Moroccan Myrrh.

Indian Sandalwood ~ "Our Sandalwood range has been updated in spirit and launches as Indian Sandalwood. The classic scent of sandalwood, distilled from the trunk of the Santalum album, has been revered for thousands of years. Master perfumers agree that the best quality oil comes from the Indian province of Mysore. The aroma from this particular sandalwood is loved for its rich, woody character. This elegant collection blends Indian sandalwood with the aroma of spicy cypress and zesty bergamot. The addition of fine lavender and vetiver notes enhances the resolutely masculine feel of this classic fragrance."

Moroccan Myrrh (shown) ~ "Our beloved aromatic Nomad collection has returned with a new design and renamed Moroccan Myrrh, but the scent remains unchanged. In this bath and body collection, the finest myrrh is blended with sparkling, verdant notes of bergamot and petitgrain, spiked with black pepper and cardamom. The precious resin is further enriched with the smoky, mysterious tones of guaiac wood and amber, resulting in a signature that’s exotic and intriguing."

Crabtree & Evelyn Indian Sandalwood and Moroccan Myrrh are available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette and in matching grooming products.

(via crabtree-evelyn.co.uk)

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  1. Trollet says:

    I loved the original Sandalwood, really hope the reformulation did not ruin it…

    • Robin says:

      It’s almost certainly been reformulated more than once, I’d think, given the changes in the sandalwood market. Would be shocked if it had any real Indian sandalwood in it now, but that’s true of most fragrances.

  2. Rictor07 says:

    Was excited to try new fragrances, but looks like you tricked me. Just renamed fragrances is not nearly as exciting. Oh well, i still love their West Indian Lime. Have owned the cologne and the soaps.

    • Robin says:

      Sorry! Meant it to be clear in the opening sentences, but maybe it wasn’t.

  3. datura5750 says:

    It used to be called “Extract of Mysore Sandalwood”, and it was wonderful! the new one does its best to approximate the glorious days of old…

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