Saturday, 20 July 2019

Kenneth Green Associates launch Tocca Perfume in the UK | Competition

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I've teamed up with the team in Kenneth Green who are one of the biggest distributers of luxury fragrance to give you the chance to win one of 3 of the fragrances within their newest brand in the UK, Tocca.
Tocca, meaning ‘touch’ in Italian, was created by a group of friends in 1997. Now a world-recognised, beloved beauty brand famous for its fragrance line, Tocca weaves modern confidence into its vintage-inspired, female-focused scents – each harnessing an individual energy, era and destination.

Each fragrance has been created by a master perfumer to reflect each Tocca woman - her life, her style and dreams. Timeless yet modern, the Tocca range can be collected to form a scent wardrobe to complement any occasion, season or mood.

The exciting news is that I've been sent three to test, review and give away....Florence, Guiletta and Colette so let's meet all three:

Florence first and she has notes of Italian Bergamot and crushed Violet petals paired with Ivory Gardenia and sophisticated Blonde Woods. Unequivocally floral but with a rich woody undertone, it's  a sophisticated summery fragrance without too much sweetness - perfect for day or night. It reminds me of one of my mother's perfumes from when I was younger - this is a classic feminine fragrance that has universal appeal..
Guiletta's notes of sweet Pink Tulips and Green Apple mingle with floral notes of Lily of the Valley and Amber to make a delicate and refreshing fragrance that's both youthful and feminine. She also has notes of Vanilla Orchid and Amber adding depth to this more fruity floral fragrance. It's got a fresh clean fragrance that is perfect for daytime - a bit fresher than Florence....
Colette is my favourite of the three, though I did struggle to chose. I think it's because it's got Bergamot in it, or maybe it's the Juniper Berry...(can I perhaps detect a hit of gin and tonic in this one which might explain the attraction?!) There are notes of Sandalwood and Incense giving it a bit more spice on the nose than Florence or Giulietta - I do love a bit of depth and woodiness in a fragrance but not so much that it becomes too male or heavy and I think Colette gets the balance just right...
For me, the beautiful vintage style bottles won me over - so pretty on a dressing table! 
To be in with a chance to win one of these perfumes (each RRP £68), simply use the rafflecopter widget below to place your entry. Please note that you'll be winning one of the bottles I used for these photos so the boxes have been opened and I've tested the fragrances a few times to allow me  to review them.

Entry only open in the UK unfortunately due to the ridiculous rules around posting perfume via airmail to the EU and beyond (it even precludes me sending them to an address in Ireland and they don't even go in a plane to Dublin, they go on a lorry - let's all EYE ROLL together please...)

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Thanks so much - entries close on Friday 26h July!

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9 comments

  1. Colette sounds lovely 😍

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  2. I love the sound of Giulietta!

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  3. Colette please ����

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  4. Giulietta sounds gorgeous

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  5. They all sound lovely but Florence appeals to me most, mainly because of it being appropriate for summer and me not owning any perfume right now!

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  6. I agree, they all sound lovely, but Colette sounds best.

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  7. I think Florence sounds the freshest, which is always my choice.
    Susan D

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  8. I don't know how you chose! I'd go for Florence tho, as we off there next week. So excited. Will def come back huge!

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