Looking for great gifts for your loved one on Valentine’s Day this 14th February?  Here are the best NEW fragrances for Spring available in Covent Garden.  “What do you wear in bed… why…?”

And if you’ve always wondered what’s the difference between Eau de Toilette (EDT) and Parfum, there’s a simple guide below.  Hopefully, we’ve chosen a range of fragrances to suit everyone’s taste too.  Or why not mix and match some perfume or after-shave, with a chocolate experience or a night at the theatre?

Covent Garden’s best NEW Spring fragrances

FOR HER

Jo Malone Honeysuckle and Davana Cologne: 100ml £94

Florescent and sunny

Top note: Davana – liquorice and fruity

Heart note: Honeysuckle – accents of honey

Base note: Moss – woody warmth

BUY HERE

 

Jimmy Choo Fever Eau de Parfum: 100ml £79 

Floral and gourmand

Top note: Grapefruit and Lychee

Heart note: Vanilla Orchid and Jasmine

Base note: Tonka Bean and Sandalwood

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Tommy Hilfiger Girl Eau de Toilette: 100ml £21.99   

Refreshing and energetic

Top note: fresh Camellia Flowers

Heart note: citrus fruits

Base note: cool Butterfly Violets

BUY HERE

FOR HIM

Le Labo Vetiver 46 100ml £180

The Rolls Royce of Vetivers

Top note: Black Pepper

Heart note: Labdanum resin

Base note: “Frankincense” mysterious Olibanum

BUY HERE

 

Dior Sauvage100ml £64.50

Fresh, raw and noble

Top note: Calabria Bergamot

Heart note: Papua New Guinean Vanilla

Base note: Woody, Ambery trail

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Michael Kors Extreme Blue: 70ml £27

Powerful attitude for a busy urban life

Top note: Bergamot and Angelica Seeds

Heart note: Sage and Sesame

Base Note: Patchouli and Musks

BUY HERE

 

We’ve always be wondering – what is the difference between Eau de Cologne and Parfum?  Here’s the answer in a beginner’s guide to perfume!

What’s the difference?
(Percentage Perfume Oil)
    • Eau de Cologne (EDC) 2 – 6%
    • Eau de Toilette (EDT) 5 – 15%
    • Eau de Parfum (EDP) 15 – 20%
    • Pure Perfume (Parfum) 15 – 40%

AND here’s a selection of the best Chocolate Experiences available around Covent Garden you can take your loved one to this Valentine’s Day this 14th February. “You had me at Cremino…!”

Covent Garden’s best chocolate experiences

Venchi Chocolate & Gelato: £29.90 per 400g

Unit 18, The Market Building, Covent Garden, WC2E

www.venchi.com

020 3632 1668

Fussy Valentine? Not a problem. Head to this legendary Italian chocolate boutique and let your significant other ‘Pick&Mix’ their perfect chocolate box.

The Cake Salon at Choccywoccydoodah: £30 each

27 Shorts Gardens, Covent Garden, WC2H

www.choccywoccydoodah.com/secret-spaces

020 7240 3011

Set the perfect scene for a marriage proposal with an hour at the beautifully opulent cake salon. Enjoy strawberry champagne ice cream shakes, molten chocolate fondu, cakes, tea and coffee. Remember your camera. Advanced bookings only. Strictly 16+

 

Hotel Chocolat’s Bean to Bar Experience £65 per person Over 18s only

Cocoa Vaults, 4 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, WC2H

www.hotelchocolat.com/uk/bean-to-bar

020 7209 0659

Downstairs in the Cocoa Vaults, below the Seven Dials store, enjoy a journey of sensory discovery and creativity, with their Valentine’s Chocolate Experience and nothing says I love you better than chocolate.

Have a wonderful, romantic Valentine’s Day everyone!

Why not book some tickets to a show too – the perfect Valentine’s Day evening out!