Gorgeous Coast Eau de Toilette is a winner!
I didn’t realise National Trust sold fragrances so when I was asked if I would like to review Coast Eau de Toilette
from National Trust I was shocked. As all I had heard about them was that they preserve houses and countryside.
Coast Eau de Toilette comes in a 100ml, the design is pretty basic but you have to remember this is a charity so I wouldn’t expect the fanciness you might get from big brand EDT or perfumes.
I loved the National Trust raised logo on the lid.
The fragrance from Coast Eau de Toilette was really nice. I was expecting it to smell like my great aunt from looking at the bottle, but looks can be deceiving. The scent is Rock Samphire and Driftwood. It is a fragrance that you can apply in the morning and you will still be able to smell it in the evening. It is not too strong but not dull either and it is different. It doesn’t smell anything like my other EDT or perfumes.
Inspired by the stunning landscape of Exmoor National Park, the National Trust Holnicote Estate, Somerset has a spectacular coastline and panoramic views. Rock Samphire grows on the shingle beach which sweeps around Porlock Bay. Peregrine Falcons, Skylarks and Little Egrets can be seen within the dramatic skyline from Hurlstone Point over to Porlock Vale.
I really like it and it is a bargain price for just £10 for 100ml.