Over the shoulders and summits of heathlands, a yellow sundress moves with the breeze. Never out of fashion, gorse flowers beam in all seasons; they festoon hedgerows, carpet roadsides and reclaim derelict land, loudly proclaiming their place in your journey with heady notes of coconut and buttery vanilla. Furze encapsulates this hazy warmth in oozing essential oils: sweet, honeyed neroli and lightly floral, woody mimosa. The prickly thorns of gorse are here, in green notes lying on the perimeter, but their presence is welcome. They are an enshrouding guard to allow buttery, blossoming moods to rise unsullied.
About 8 months ago
I bought this on a whim and I'm sooooo glad that I did. I wasn't convinced on the first smell after spraying but Furze kinda creeps up on you ..... then bam it smells absolutely gorgeous! Nice one Lush! A very happy customer!!!
About 5 months ago
I tried this out at the Lush Oxford Street store and at first sniff my immediate thoughts were "oh, it's not worth £25" - BUT as it dries down it becomes this beautiful fresh scent that I just can't get over. Even though I only sprayed it onto my wrist it was all I could smell hours later, even carrying around a bag full of other Lush products. This Christmas it's what I've asked everyone for. Totally worth it.
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
This perfume is one of my favourites - and the reason I planted a "furze" (gorse) bush in my garden :-)
It's sweet, but not sickly, and also green, and has a strong staying power. I see (rather smell) where the coconut reference comes from, yet this scent is different, kind of grown-up.
Odd bit of useless information: the name has a funny ring to it in my mother tongue (German) ...
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