Our Partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

Our Partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

Our Partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

Blossoming Elegance: Introducing Four New Fragrances

As we transition through the seasons, we proudly announce the launch of four new fragrances within the Kew Gardens Collection, a fragrant celebration of nature’s renewal. Carefully crafted to pay homage to the botanical wonders of Kew, these products will infuse every day with a touch of luxury and elegance.


Offered in a variety of products, the luxurious fragrances are available in 240g soap, 500ml hand wash, and 75ml hand cream options. Choose from the delightful selection of new scents, including Geranium and Basil, Gardenia and Neroli, Orchid and Vanilla, and Apricot Vetiver.


These four exquisite fragrances join the already beloved collection, which features captivating options like Lemongrass and Lime, Lavender and Rosemary, and Magnolia and Pear, among many others within the extensive range of premium toiletries.


Unveiling the Botanical Symphony: The Kew Gardens Collection

The Kew Gardens Collection is the result of a treasured partnership between The English Soap Company and the world-renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. With a shared commitment to preserving the beauty of our natural world, this collaboration aims to bring the essence of Kew Gardens to every household, enriching your daily routine with the spirit of botanical splendour.

In a statement, Quincy Leon, Head of Licensing at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew says: “The new fragrances are a great addition to this best-selling range of soaps, hand creams, and washes, which are sold in over 35 countries around the world. I am sure they be incredibly popular.”

Each fragrance in this exquisite collection encapsulates the enchanting botanical diversity found within the magnificent Kew Gardens. From the delicate bloom of orchids to the refreshing scent of basil and bergamot, our perfumers have masterfully captured the very essence of these exceptional plants. As you explore the fragrances of this collection, you will embark on a sensory journey, wandering through the lush gardens of Kew, basking in the harmonious dance of flora.

Our Partnership

In keeping with The English Soap Company’s brand values, our commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility is at the heart of this collection. We have worked tirelessly to ensure that every aspect of the Kew Gardens Collection is environmentally conscious, from our packaging materials to our manufacturing processes. We believe that the beauty of Kew Gardens should be celebrated and protected, and this collection embodies that belief.

As you experience the Kew Gardens Collection, you are not just indulging in luxurious fragrances; you are embracing a commitment to appreciate, protect, and preserve the natural wonders of our world. The English Soap Company, together with Kew Gardens, invites you to savour the timeless elegance of these products and to cherish the botanical treasures that surround us.

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Whether it’s the vibrant colours of spring, the warmth of summer, the richness of autumn, or the tranquillity of winter, the Kew Gardens Collection offers a fragrance for every moment, allowing you to embrace the essence of Kew Gardens and the beauty of nature all year-round.

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About The English Soap Company

The English Soap Company is dedicated to creating exquisite, eco-conscious bathing and lifestyle products that celebrate the timeless charm of the English countryside. With a commitment to sustainability, quality, and tradition, we blend classic craftsmanship with modern innovation to bring you products that transform your daily routines into moments of luxury.

About the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world-famous scientific organisation, internationally respected for its outstanding collections and scientific expertise in plant and fungal diversity, conservation, and sustainable development in the UK and around the globe. Kew’s scientists and partners lead the way in the fight against biodiversity loss and finding nature-based solutions to the climate crisis, aided by five key scientific priorities outlined in Kew’s Science Strategy 2021-2025. Kew Gardens is also a major international and top London visitor attraction. Kew’s 132 hectares of historic, landscaped gardens, and Wakehurst, Kew’s Wild Botanic Garden and ‘living laboratory’, attract over 2.5 million visits every year.

Kew Gardens was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2003 and celebrated its 260th anniversary in 2019. Wakehurst is home to the Millennium Seed Bank, the largest wild plant seed bank in the world and a safeguard against the disastrous effects of climate change and biodiversity loss. RBG Kew received approximately one third of its funding from Government through the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and research councils. Further funding needs to support RBG Kew’s vital scientific and educational work comes from donors, memberships and commercial activity including ticket sales. For tickets, please click here. In the first six months since implementing a new accessibility scheme for those in receipt of Universal Credit, Pension Credit and Legacy Benefits, Kew has welcomed over 45,000 visitors with £1 tickets.

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