Every summer, farmers markets around the country sell wildflower honey in little glas bottles that twist and refract summer sunlight into an an amber glow. Drizzle it onto a slice of pear, and its floral bouquet suddenly opens. You can actually taste the floral undertones. This scent captures that moment when color, texture, and aroma come together to transform your mood. Notes include sweet orange, wildflower honey, rose geranium, tuberose, golden pear, frankincense, and sandalwood.
Danielle Fleming is the founder, creative mind, and nose behind Note Fragrances. For more than 10 years, she has been studying the relationship between mind and scent and crafting scented products. She learned her craft by studying the method of olfactive training and creation of Jean Carles, a French perfumer and founder of the Roure Perfumery School, now owned by Givaudan. She also studied Herbal Techniques at il Laboratorio dell’ Erborista, in Pitigliano, Italy and has completed certification in The Technique and Language of Perfumery from Cinquieme Sens, perfumery training school for fragrance professionals in New York City. Danielle previously worked at Firmenich, the world's largest privately held fragrance house, as a senior consumer insights analyst.