With his beautiful sweet song, fluffed up red breast, this tiny popular garden visitor is
associated with Christmas with the story dating back to the 19th Century. The newly
created postal service back then, dressed it’s workers in red uniforms, which the
Victorians nicknamed the delivery staff “robins” with the birds eventually
commanding the Christmas market, appearing on cards and wrapping paper.
Let the top note of orange blossom, infused with the heart note of cranberry grounded
by the base notes of clove and cinnamon, lift your heart and soul and let it sing sweetly
like the charming Robin.