The man in your life will be thrilled to see the iconic Jaguar logo emerge from his Christmas stocking with the brand new Jaguar Pace Eau de Toilette Natural Spray.
With the imposing appearance of the new Jaguar F-Pace has been passed on to the fragrance design with a vibrant grey and blue glass bottle, it has a similar bold silhouette to that of the new car and is complimented by the blue-tinted perfume.
The compact base is covered with a sophisticated lattice design reminiscent of the famous Jaguar radiator grill and the centre of the bottle is emblazoned with a shiny round silver insignia with the unmistakable brand sign of the legendary cat. Finished off with a shiny silver stopper which creates an attractive contrast to these tones.
Top perfumers, Alexandra Monet and Philippe Romano (Drom Perfumery, Paris), are responsible for transforming the magic of a car into a sensational, intoxicating fragrance. Jaguar Pace's aroma is of a stimulating trio of strong black pepper, fresh green apples and aromatic rosemary.
The heart note of Jaguar Pace is rounded off with aromatic lavender and luxurious orris, which marry elegantly with the base note consisting of the classic woody aromas of amberwood, patchouli and Crystal Moss.
Jaguar Pace is available from Marks and Spencer's stores around the country and online and is priced at and RRP of £28.00 for 60ml and £44.00 for 100ml.
And so, how would you like to win your very own bottle just in time for Christmas? Well you're in luck as I've been given a bottle to give away to one lucky winner. For your chance to win, enter via the Rafflecopter form below.
Ends Midnight 9th December 2016
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