Royal Apothic Eau De Parfum

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great scents, don't last very long I liked the City of Angels scent which is a very pure jasmine smell in my opinion. I sprayed some on my wrist upon entered my nearest Anthro store. I spent an hour in the store. By the time I was done checking out, most of the scent was gone from my wrist. For the price that it sells for, I think that makes sense. Just be prepared to freshen up more often. I like the design of the spray bottle, it's very old fashioned. November 28, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by So sad they discontinued imperial fig I love the Royal Apothic brand. My favorite seems to be discontinued, but hopefully not permanently? The only bad thing I can say is that the bottle tends to leak if it tips over, so don't store it in the box. Take it out immediately and douse yourself in Royal Apothic!!!! May 24, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Individual scents I am a perfume junkie and had to comment because I happen to absolutely LOVE Edwardian Fireplace and Balmoral Rain. I find them both unique and subtle and fits my many moods.. but that's just me.. February 28, 2012
2 3 4 5 next >>>
Meyer Bloom
  • Key ingredients: alcohol, fragrance
  • 2 oz
  • USA
  • Meyer Bloom: hyacinth, stephanotis and lily of the valley mingle with Meyer lemon and warm vanilla (FRESH)
  • Kensington Garden: a blooming bunch of gardenias, jasmine, lily and tuberose with a light base of fern (FLORAL)
  • Balmoral: fragrant orange and magnolia notes mingle with geranium, bay rose and muguet, above a mellow base of sandalwood and moss (FLORAL)
  • Edwardian Fireplace: inspired by the scent of a burning fire on a cold winter night, notes of plum, white birch and grape mix with clove and myrhh over a base of smoke, amber and peach (SPICE)
Style #:093426 Rediscover the beauty of city life with these serene scents, reminiscent of your favorite urban gardens. Royal Apothic Eau De Parfum