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Meadowsong

Meadowsong

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Meadowsong was a perfume by Christopher Collings that came out around 1971.

It was marketed as 'The Smell of New Mown Grass', and came in a white bottle. Though it never really caught on, perhaps because it was more like 'The Smell of Fermenting Haystacks'. Which would make an interesting campaign for a perfume, but not a very lucrative one.


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Meadowsong Last post by www.doyouremember.co.uk
03 July 2011

Do You Remember Meadowsong?

Do You Remember Meadowsong?

  • Anonymous user
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    Just looking at images...that was Aqua Manda. I did buy Meadowsong as well but the other image has stuck.
  • Anonymous user
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    That's strange. I distinctly remember Meadowsong by Goya as coming in a small brown bottle with an orange label. But it did have the smell of new-mown grass. I bought a bottle in Boots in North Finchley because of its romantic connotations( Meadowsong, that is, not North Finchley).
  • Anonymous user
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    Luv'd this perfume, where can i get my hot lil hands on a bottle of this...
  • Anonymous user
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    Sorry! Of course, Meadowsong was Goya, not Coty. don't know why I said 'other Coty'... :(
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember it well! Round white glass bottle with wild flowers in same colour relief growing up it. It was HUGELY popular, every girl I knew was wearing it; bought from Woolworthswith their pocket money - it mustn't have been very expensive. Can't remember whether it was before or after the other great Coty success 'Gingham'; which was basically Brut bottled for women! Some of us just wore Brut instead ;) Ursula
  • Anonymous user
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    Is there anywhere I can buy Max Factor Musk Oil?