Frozen in a Bottle is the newest fragrance coming from Norwegian fragrance designer Geir Ness on March 1st, 2017. If you've ever walked through the Norway pavilion at Epcot (which you would if riding the former Maelstrom or the newer Frozen Ever After attraction), you have smelled fragrances by Geir Ness. I am a big fan of the Laila lotion, which I buy for gifts each year and has been a staple of the pavilion for just about 20 years with other products in the Laila line. Now, Geir Ness is bringing the spirit of Norway and the hit film to Frozen in a Bottle, which will be available online, in the parks, and on the Disney Cruise Line (Epcot will be the first park to carry it, the rest may follow mid-month). Read below for the press release! I hope they bring the fragrance to a lotion eventually as well.
LOS ANGELES, February 6 2017, — Norwegian fragrance designer Geir Ness has collaborated with Disney on a signature fragrance, “Frozen in a Bottle” that will be released March 1, 2017.
Based on Disney’s global box office hit “Frozen,” the fragrance was created to capture the essence of the film in a bottle.
“The movie was phenomenal at capturing the winter beauty of its setting, inspired by the fjords of Norway,” says Ness. “For inspiration, I sat alone in the Norwegian mountains, taking in the spectacular scenery, the crisp clean air, pure white snow, and glistening glaciers.” But that wasn’t all the acclaimed designer was striving to accomplish.
“It was important to me to not only capture the essence of the Norwegian mountains and fjords, but to reflect the arc of the film’s story. I wanted the scent to capture the emotions of the film.” Because of this, he says, “Frozen in a Bottle starts fresh, clean, and powerful like the movie and develops into a soft, light, and intoxicating fragrance evoking the film’s heartwarming conclusion.”
“Frozen in a Bottle” will be available for $70.00 for a 3.4 oz spray bottle, and $50.00 for a 1.7 oz spray bottle, at Disney World/Epcot and Disney Cruise Line and on these sites: shopdisney.com and geirness.com.