Royal Scottish Lavender
Made more than 100 years ago for British lords and ladies, Royal Scottish Lavender captures a favorite imperial getaway: Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
Gentle lavender grows in the highlands -- the countryside -- around Balmoral. On these vast, private lands, the royal family for generations has found refuge from the public eye -- and recreation ranging from hiking to picnics.
Creed Royal Scottish Lavender is a touch of country calm, with a fine lavender middle note topped by citrus and bergamot upon a foundation of vanilla, sandalwood and spices.
Creed Royal Scottish Lavender has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Top note: Citrus, bergamot
Middle note: Lavender
Base note: Vanilla, sandalwood and spicy notes