The new Ta’if Extreme scent is named after the Ta’if rose, which is able to survive in severe temperatures
London-based fragrance brand Ormonde Jayne has announced the release of a new scent inspired by the Ta’if rose.
The native Saudi Arabian flower is able to survive in extreme temperatures, up to 45°C and carries an intense scent.
The Ta’if Extreme fragrance (£175) features top notes of pink pepper, saffron and dates; with heart tones of rose oil, freesia, orange flower and jasmine; and a base of broom and amber.
Ormonde Jaye’s founder and perfumer Linda Pilkington recommends spraying the fragrance onto skin after a shower when the heart rate and blood flow is higher.
For a longer lasting scent, she advises spraying into a hairbrush just before using.
The product is available exclusively at Fortnum & Mason.