My other great discovery this week is a really simple Tea-Rose fragrance from the Perfumers Workshop. I remember my fragrance mentor, Frederic Malle, waxing lyrical about this perfume - "this is the most classic example of a rose scent that smells fresh from nature, it’s rich but not overpowering" and it had me charmed instantly. Sometimes a short formula fragrance is perfect and this scent is simple, classic and redolent of a hot afternoon in an English garden with bright yellow tea roses emitting one of the finest scents in nature. There is something delicate and demure about the tea rose, she is not as showy as her Bulgarian and Turkish sisters, and it is her quiet grace that I find so beguiling. I was not surprised to learn from India Hicks that this was a favourite fragrance of Diana, Princess Of Wales, as it fits her personality perfectly - radiant, effortlessly chic and with acres of charm! Perfect for the summer holidays and beyond and a great price for the quality.