Originally belonging to the Woiworung tribe, Fitzroy became
Melbourne’s first suburb and smallest city when it was separated
from the City of Melbourne in 1858.
Fitzroy is the most varied location in terms of building types in
Melbourne since the early colonial years. This includes Melbourne’s
oldest surviving terrace houses on Gertrude Street; a Flour Mill;
and MacRobertson's Confectionery Works, which produced
chocolates such as Old Gold, Cherry Ripe, and Freddo Frogs.
In 1967 MacRobertson’s was sold to Cadbury Australia. The newly
merged company continued to manufacture many of the former
company's products in their Ringwood factory including: Freddo,
Old Gold, Snack, Columbines and Cherry Ripe; which continued
to display the company's distinctive logo on its wrapper until 2002.
Chocolate Brioche is a fitting fragrance hailing to the original
factories of the Fitzroy area, which now contains some of the
amazing bakeries dotted all over the city.
A delicious foodie favourite with top notes of Chocolate, buttermilk and salted bread crust with a unique twist of citrus and florals and a sweet finish of vanilla, caramel and hazelnut.
Top Notes: Buttermilk, Orange, Nutmeg
Middle Notes: Jasmine, Bread Crust, Salt
Base Notes: Vanilla, Hazelnut, Patchouli
Fitzroy - Chocolate Brioche
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