Win a bottle of Art de Parfum’s Gin and Tonic Cologne!

This competition is now closed!

The winner is: Sarah Anderson. Congratulations!

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Love the lush, sparkling freshness of a good G&T? Well, Art de Parfum has captured it in its Gin & Tonic Cologne, and let us tell you, it’s a little piece of heaven! Bursting with zesty, bitter citrus fruit, juniper, and cucumber notes, Gin & Tonic Cologne will make you feel as fresh as a clean cotton t-shirt on a hot summer’s day.

Want a chance to win your very own bottle of bliss, worth £108? Simply drop us a comment naming one of the four top notes listed for Gin & Tonic Cologne on the Art de Parfum website.

You can enter by doing any of the following:

  • enter by answering the question with a comment on the ‘Art de Parfum’ competition article on our website london-olios.com
  • or like our facebook page London-Olios and comment on the competition article with the answer to the question. Sharing would be nice, but is not necessary.
  • or FOLLOW our twitter page @londonolios, RETWEET the competition tweet and REPLY to @londonolios with the answer.

As always, doing all three increases your chances of winning threefold!

Terms and Conditions:

The competition is open to UK residents only. Entries are accepted up until midnight on Sunday, 11th December, 2016. The winner will be contacted privately and announced on the London-Olios website. The prize is limited to one bottle of perfume only.

 

Good luck!

 

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