The perfumer who created the Blossom fragrance would describe Mary Ann in just one word – blooming. She, like the petals of a scarlet peony, beckons and makes you want to touch her.
Every time he met Mary Ann on the sunny streets, the perfumer admired the incomparable fragrant train surrounding her image. Notes of red berries and orange smoothly flow into neroli and delicate apricot chords, complemented by subtle echoes of jasmine.
When the girl disappeared from sight, giving the perfumer a light smile at parting, he decided to complete the fragrance with salty amber, personifying such a quick farewell to Mary Ann.