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Farmers' 1100 Eau de toilette - 100ml

List price: £38.00  
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Farmers' 1100 is an eau de toilette inspired by the location of Welsh Lavender's farm which sits at 1100 feet - high in the hills of Mid Wales. It is a fresh and zingy essential oil blend of bergamot, cedarwood, lemon, bitter orange, lavender, ylang ylang, coriander, petitgrain and rosemary. Comes in a retro style glass bottle and presented in a stylish card box.

Designed and produced in Wales by hand in small batches using fresh, natural ingredients sourced as locally as possible.

Vegan friendly. Never tested on animals.

We regret that we are unable to post this product outside of the UK due to postal restrictions.


The Farmers' collection of body care products are hand produced in North Wales and infused with lavender essential oil grown and distilled at Welsh Lavender Ltd's farm in Mid Wales. For this range of products the company grows a variety of lavender called Grosso as it has the highest oil yield and is very hardy. 15kg of lavender produces anywhere from 100 to 250ml of oil.

When the farm's small team cut Grosso for distillation, they use a Japanese tea plucker, which is like a hedge trimmer with handles on each end. It takes two people to carry it and a third to hold the large silk bag into which the flowers are blown. A quality ground cover is used to keep weeds down, and organic potash is used for a fertiliser.


All of the Farmers' products are made with fresh, natural ingredients sourced as locally as possible.


Alcohol Denat, Lavandula Hybrida Flower Water, Parfum (natural essential oil blend), Glycerin, Sucrose Laurate, Sucrose Dilaurate, Sucrose Trilaurate, Sorbitol, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Coumarin, Eugenol, Evernia Prunastri (Oak Moss) Extract, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool.

Welsh Lavender Ltd farm and distil lavender oil on a windswept hillside in mid Wales.  The idea of farming lavender began when philosopher Bill Newton-Smith and journalist Nancy Durham, wondered how their sheep farm might be put to new use.  In 2003, Nancy set out to plant a lavender hedge and soon ended up with the first lavender farm in Wales!  Today, the yield enables them to produce an extensive range of products, including their Farmers' range of oils, creams and balms.

Welsh Lavender Ltd

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