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Molton Brown Launches Fine Fragrance

January 29, 2013

Just in time to brighten up post-Christmas blues, Mahina ($110) is the latest addition to Molton Brown’s fine fragrance collection, Navigations Through Scent. Mahina (named after a region of Tahiti) takes inspiration from the laid back, sun-drenched island with its top notes of ylang-ylang and fresh orange blossom.

This new artisanal blend heralds the next stopping point in Molton Brown’s unisex Navigations Through Scent range of fine fragrances, which sees the collection travel to worldly destinations along the ancient spice route.

Mahina fuses tiare flower, the queen of Tahitian flowers, with base notes of vanilla and cedarwood to create a citrus-wrapped floral scent that perfectly evokes the translucent aqua lagoons and sandy shores of French Polynesia.

The 50ml fragrance will be available in February 2013 at Saks Fifth Avenue, Molton Brown Stores and www.moltonbrown.com.
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