Frozen in a Bottle: New Perfume to ‘Let It Go’ in Epcot Beginning March 1

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Love Frozen?  Never want to let it go?  Now you can wear the scent of Norway every day.  

Premiering at Epcot’s Norway pavilion this Wednesday, March 1, guests can buy the new ‘Frozen in a Bottle’ perfume.  Designed by perfume designer Gier Ness, a native of Norway, the fragrance features lily of the valley, rose, amber, wild mountain flowers, and lavender. The perfume will also be available on Disney Cruise Lines.

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The fragrance isn’t the only thing to inspire feelings of Norway, the packaging was designed to reflect Scandinavia with it’s glacial, icy blue.

“The packaging is blue, the same color you see in the movies. … You feel something — the effects of cold and ice when you see the packaging,” Ness told the Orlando Sentinel.

Ness said he was inspired to create fragrance that was not only about the princesses and the movie, but also about the nature of Norway.

“The scent is to capture the nature of the movie and not just the princesses.”

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Two years of development and about 20 viewings of Frozen later, the final perfume will be on sale, with Ness on hand for autographs, this week from Wednesday through Sunday.

Frozen in a Bottle will retail at $70 for a 3.4 ounce spray bottle and $50 for a 1.7 ounce spray bottle.

[Source: Orlando Sentinel]

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