The town of Lavenham in Suffolk is close by to us and somewhere as children you would be dragged round looking at the buildings. As adults we tend to appreciate these kind of tourist spots a little more and if you get a chance you should definitely go especially this time of year.
The town is scattered with timber fronted medieval cottages that jut out at weird angles and has been the set for many famous films including Harry Potter and the deathly hallows.
Noble Isle is a range of luxury bathing products developed in 2011. The brand has taken it's inspiration from all corners of the British Isle incorporating scents from moorlands, orchards and coastal cliffs.
The two products we tested were inspired by Lavenham town.
Noble Isle say the Lavenham Walk collection is an unreservedly romantic fragrance, remindful of floaty green florals and mellow woods, enriched with extracts of willow bark and water lily, known for their soothing properties.
The scent is unisex and features extracts of willow bark, water lily sourced from Lavenham along with Ivy, watermelon and cedarwood.
It's really hard to describe a scent but it's very green and fresh in a musky way rather than a classic minty way!
The bath and shower gel is in a 250ml for £20 pump action container. The squat bottle does make it seem like it's a hand wash rather than bath and shower gel but none the less a pleasant addition to any bathroom.
Foams well and smells lovely so it ticks the boxes for me.
The body cream in the collection comes in a thick card, logo embossed gift box with a black silk bow.
The actual cream is in a weighty glass jar and has a thick, whipped cream texture.
The jar is 170ml for £39.00 and is infused with shea butter, willow bark and water lily.
Cream is absorbed quickly but doesn't feel greasy. Left my skin nicely moisturised and delicately scented.
Noble Isle have other scents and products in their range so if you are a passionate patriot who likes all things British or you just like a bit of posh toiletries on your bathroom shelf then check these out.