Jo Malone is a perfume company that first got started when the company’s namesake opened her first perfume boutique in London in 1994. It would become a success and a second boutique was opened 5-years later. She quickly became known for creating high-quality unisex perfumes that had very simple scent profiles and tended to concentrate on a single scent or a cluster of scents.
Over the years, she’s created over 125+ different perfumes, and this can make it difficult for the average consumer to find a fragrance that suits them. To help our readers out in that regard, we’ve decided to list the ten best Jo Malone perfumes currently available, so our readers can find the best scent for them. Now everyone can find their favorite Jo Malone fragrance.
Best Jo Malone Perfumes
10Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt
This Jo Malone perfume was released in 2014 and is considered one of the best fragrances offered by this fragrance house. And after smelling this perfume’s complex scent profile, it’s hard to argue that it’s not. This perfume was initially designed by Christine Nagel and her expertise really shines through in this cologne spray. It’s a wonderful combination of scents that mingle together so effortlessly it’s hard to distinguish its top notes from its heart and bottom notes. When it’s applied, this scent smells like a combination of grapefruit and sage, sea salt and seaweed, and with just a hint of musk mallow. It’s a beautiful fragrance that smells of the sea.
9Jo Malone Nectarine Blossom & Honey
Another fine unisex perfume from Jo Malone, this fragrance is a wondrous combination of fruit and floral notes. Initially released in 2005, this perfume has made quite an impression for over 14-years now. It’s expertly crafted with top notes of black currant and petitgrain, fruity middle notes of black locust and nectarine and base notes of plum, nectarine, and peach. Although we noticed that honey seems to be somewhat absent from this nectarine blossom and honey perfume, it’s still a nice fragrance that manages to straddle the line between masculinity and femininity.
8Jo Malone English Pear & Freesia
Although we’re sure that other fragrance houses have put together the fruity scents of English pear with the floral notes of freesia, we doubt any of them has done it as well as Jo Malone. If any scent could be called a definitive British scent, it would have to be this one because it seems to contain the very essence of the UK. Its top notes pair together the wonderful combination of melons with English pears and its heart notes sing with the fragrances of freesia and English roses. As it settles into its base notes, the wearer can expect it to end with a fragrant combination of musk, rhubarb, amber, and patchouli.
7Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede
Designed for women in 2013 by famed perfumer Christine Nagel, this perfume has a big floral scent that’s supported by a faint but distinct fruit fragrance. Its top notes have a brief and subtle hint of apple, but it’s heart notes are what really make this cologne spray stand out. That’s because its heart has the fragrances of peony, carnation, rose and jasmine all coming together into one unified bouquet of flowers. Its base is a little bit simpler, however, and only contains the brief scent of suede in its arsenal.
6Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir Cologne
This unisex Jo Malone perfume is designed for both men and women who like a fruity fragrance. It was first launched in 2005 and continues to be a popular perfume to this day. Its top notes consist of pomegranate, plug, raspberry, watermelon and a touch of red rhubarb. It’s heart notes are a blend of floral and spicy notes that include roses, clove, pink peppercorns, jasmine, and wood. As it sinks into its base, the wearer will enjoy its subtle notes of amber, cedar, and musk. The best thing about this scent, however, is that it has a good amount of sillage and is never overpowering.
5Jo Malone London Orange Blossom
Designed by perfumer Jean-Claude Delville in 2003, this unisex cologne spray is a scent that’s been around for almost two decades now but continues to impress those who try it. That’s because its scent profile is romantic, energetic and very bright. Its top notes include the fragrance of oranges and citrons, it’s heart notes consist of African orange flowers and lotus blossoms, and its base has one single floral note—the sweet fragrance of lilacs in the spring. All of these scents come together to create a fragrance that draws people in with its light sillage.
4Jo Malone Blackberry & Bay
Although it’s true that many of the perfumes in the Jo Malone line are designed to be unisex, this particular fragrance is actually designed for women. Originally launched in 2012, this scent was initially designed by perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin and it’s had its fair share of success. It has a fruity scent profile that’s contrasted with woodsy and spicy notes as well. Some of the notes that women will smell when they wear this perfume include not only blackberry and bay, but also notes of grapefruit, bouquets of dainty flowers, and a touch of cedar mixed with vetiver.
3Jo Malon London Mimosa & Cardamom
Another fine unisex fragrance by Jo Malone London is their Mimosa & Cardamom cologne. Although this product has been around all that long and was only introduced in 2015, it’s still made quite an impression on some of the people who wear it on a regular basis. This scent has a simple and subtle fragrance profile that many people simply can’t get enough of. It has a cardamom top note, mimosa heart notes and a base that’s all tonka bean. And although its sillage isn’t very heavy, it’s still capable of maintaining a good amount of longevity.
2Jo Malone Grapefruit Unisex Spray
Although some perfumes tend to target their scents towards only women, this unisex perfume is a bit different because it can be worn by either a woman or a man. First launched in 1992, this was one of the first Jo Malone scents that became extremely popular. And after examining its fragrance profile, it’s easy to see why. This scent has citrusy top notes of grapefruit and tangerine, subtle heart notes of jasmine, mint, and rosemary, along with the earthy base notes of vetiver and oakmoss. It’s a fragrance that is truly unisex and can be worn by anyone.
1Jo Malone London Red Roses
Originally launched in 2001, this Jo Malone cologne has a beautiful rose aroma to it, but it’s not the same type of rose perfume that may have been worn by your grandmother. Although this product may have a pronounced rose scent, it’s also nuanced with some extremely subtle top and base notes. This perfume’s base notes include the floral scent of violet that’s been mixed with the citrus smell of lemon. At its heart are beautiful rose notes, but then it sinks into its base notes. Base notes that has the subtle notes of beeswax to it. And unlike other rose fragrances, it’s sillage isn’t heavy, but is still capable of achieving good longevity.