Disneyland will release a new fragrance on Wednesday called Frozen in a Bottle, which is inspired by both the movie "Frozen" and the landscape of Norway. At the helm of the project is Norwegian perfumier Geir Ness, who is well-known for his own line of perfumes, Laila in particular...
"I wanted something clean and fresh so that people feel like they're part of the movie, like they can smell it," he told the Orlando Sentinel.
His signature scent Laila is already a perfume of the Norwegian landscape. With Frozen in a Bottle, that same backdrop continues to inspire while allowing you to enter the movie better, in principle, thanks to the 5th sense.
Ness said in a press release,
"Inspired by the film's spectacular scenery, I crafted a fragrance that captured the natural magic of my native Norway not only its sparkling fjords and dazzling glaciers, but the elemental power of the mountains, and the pristine, invigorating air. I've created "Frozen" in a bottle!"
Main notes for the eau de parfum are: lily of the valley, rose, amber, wild mountain flowers and lavender. It took two years to develop the scent and Ness watched the movie 20 times to help him nail the composition.
The edp launches on March 1, 2017 at Epcot's Norwegian pavilion and on Disney Line Cruises.