Ask anyone in Japan, and they'll tell you that the country has not four seasons but five. The fifth is the rainy season, or tsuyu, and it served as the inspiration for Tokyo Bloom. A fresh, green scent, Tokyo Bloom features an unusual dandelion milk accord, and you can practically feel the velvety surface of the dandelion and warm sunshine on your cheeks. (We mean that bit about the dandelion; you'll recognize it from childhood summers.) Tokyo Bloom is the rains and all of the wonderful things that come after it. Notes include basil, dandelion, black currant, jasmine, cyclamen, petals, guaiac wood, musk, and amber.
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Tokyo Bloom was inspired by Japan's "fifth season," the rainy season.