The inspiration for Róisín (roh-sheen) comes from the Gaelic word for little rose. The name Róisín became a poetic symbol for love in the 16th century. Beckoning to Róisín's Celtic heritage, what comes to mind is a sense of the highlands wide open expanses of lush, green fields with roses growing wild under the warmth of an August sun.
Róisín opens with a gentle mist of dew drops and bright sparkling bergamot. In the heart, a rain-soaked earth surrounds an armful of wild fresh-cut roses. Gently spiced hints of clove contrast the floral bouquet, while the cashmere musk base embraces velvety notes of sweet vanilla.
TOP NOTES - fresh dew drops, bergamot, clove
MIDDLE NOTES - earthy rose, ylang-ylang
BASE NOTES - cashmere musk, vanilla