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Bentley Fragrances have released a perfume, which is packaged in a stone plated bottle inspired by Bentley's stone veneer interior finishes.

09 Dec 2022 | International News : U.K.

Bentley has released the Bentley Momentum Unbreakable, a perfume bottle that draws inspiration from the Stone Veneer which is found in Bentley's cars.

The slate and quartzite stone that makes Bentley's veeners is sustainably sourced from hand-selected quarries in Rajasthan, India, with sections of stone split from larger pieces and cured using glass fibre and a bespoke resin. They are then shaped and finished by hand, by Bentley's Mulliner coachbuilding team at the company's headquarters in Crewe, England.

Each bottle is made from 100% natural materials
The front of the perfume bottle, meanwhile, is covered by a real stone plate made of mica schist, a crystalline rock containing reflective slivers of mica. Each one is 100% natural, which makes every bottle a one of a kind piece.

The stone is cut into wafer-thin slices, applied to tissue which is then bonded to the bottle. Due to the thin cut and application process, it is then possible to mould the stone to the shape of the bottle.

Finally, the slate-grey plate is etched with Bentley's iconic 'B in Wings' logo, and the name of the fragrance.

The perfume is made of violet leaf, which adds an aquatic touch to the sparkling mandarin Sfuma
The perfume itself contains violet leaf, which adds an aquatic touch to sparkling mandarin Sfuma. Green, floral and aromatic, Bentley claims that the mandarin oil is almost a perfume in itself. A clean flash of lavender, matched with mint-fresh, rosy geranium, is softened by precious, powdery orris.

There are also facets of liquorice, dried fruit, amber, and immortelle which warms the heart of Momentum Unbreakable, introducing the notes that make the scent's masculine signature, a rich yet warm palette of woods.

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