Give a Treasure Trove of gifts this Christmas. Containing scented treasures from Lavenham, Chelsea, Mynwy Valley, Dufftown and Canterbury, experience the fragrant treats that Noble Isle has to hold with this luxurious selection of mini Bath & Shower Gels. These five luxury travel sizes of delight come in all the best-loved scents, ranging from the aromatic, woody Whisky & Water to the charming Tea Rose, for the ultimate, best of British, bathing experience.
This set contains:
Whisky & Water Bath & Shower Gel 75ml
Golden Harvest Bubble Bath & Shower Gel 75ml
Tea Rose Bubble Bath & Shower Gel 75ml
Willow Song Bath & Shower Gel 75ml
Fireside Bath & Shower Gel 75ml
Britain in a Bottle... Noble Isle sources red, yellow and white beets from the certified organic kitchen garden at The Bell at Skenfrith, a 17th-century Welsh coaching inn perched prettily on the banks of the River Monnow.
Noble Isle sources three grape varieties, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir from Simpson’s Wine Estate. Protected by ancient woodland, the vineyards sit on the sheltered slopes of the North Downs of Kent, anchored in chalky soils so highly revered in the world of sparkling wine.
Britain in a Bottle… Our English roses are sustainably grown by Rosebie Morton of The Real Flower Company – purveyor of one of the finest collections of scented roses in the world. Rosebie has dedicated herself to the cultivation of ‘real’ roses with all their exquisite subtleties of hue and scent. The Real Flower Company is based on a family farm nestled within the rolling green hills of Hampshire with their floral boutique on Chelsea Green, London.
Britain in a Bottle... Noble Isle sources natural extract of malted barley from time-honoured Balvenie Distillery in Dufftown, one of only a few distilleries still harvesting and malting its own barley to create an exclusive range of handcrafted single malt Scotch whiskies characterised by smooth, honeyed complexity.
Britain in a Bottle... Noble Isle sources water lily and willow from the medieval town of Lavenham: willow bark from the Lavenham Woodland Project, a planting initiative located by the famous Lavenham Walk, a two-mile promenade through green and pleasant English countryside; and water lilies plucked from the 600-year-old spring-fed lake at Lavenham Hall, which has been given new life as the focal point of Kate Denton’s Sculpture Garden.
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