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CPL Creates Scent For Queen of England

January 25, 2013

UNITED KINGDOM: CPL Aromas has created a bespoke fragrance for the Royal Society of Chemistry, which presented a specially designed bottle of perfume to Queen Elizabeth as a Christmas gift in the year of her Diamond Jubilee.

The fragrance—which is called Adamas, derived from the Greek word for diamond—comes in a bespoke crystal bottle created by craftsmen David Sanders and Andrew Wallace at their workshop in the Yorkshire Dales.

The juice itself is a collaboration between perfumers Stephane Bengana and Ange Stavrevska at CPL Aromas and incorporates many precious ingredients found in Commonwealth countries such as Jamaica, Canada, India, Sri Lanka and Australia.
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