The Far Away collection

Introducing Far Away Rebel ~ Launched 2018

Far Away Rebel from Avon will be your favorite perfume for sure. ... The orange blossom and blackcurrant liqueur notes make the fragrance mesmerizing.

Designed to embody authenticity, courage and fearlessness, this new perfume uses delicately balanced notes of sumptuous salted chocolate and tantalizing toffee – an alluring blend of naughty and nice.

Far Away Rebel was developed with world-class perfumer Jean-Marc Chaillan, from the IFF fragrance house who said: “I felt inspired by the woman who emanates hints of innocence beneath a layer of audacious passion.

Avon Far Away Original ~ launched in 1994.

Far Away Original a sweet smelling fragrance for women and is Avon's No.1 best seller, one is sold every 5 minuets here in the United Kingdom alone.

  • Top notes: karo karounde, ylang ylang, orange, coconut and peach.

  • Middle notes: jasmine, osmanthus and orange flower

  • Base notes: vanilla sandalwood, musk and amber.

Avon Far Away Paradise ~ Launched 2007

Beautiful bouquet for women.

  • Top notes:: peony

  • Middle notes: peach

  • Base notes: amber and vanilla

Far Away Dreams ~ Launched 2010

Oriental fragrance for women. A dreamy addition to Avon's Far Away Collection

  • Top notes: tropical fruits and floral

  • Middle notes: sandalwood and floral

  • Base notes: tropical fruit, sandalwood and amber

Far Away Bella Sunset ~ Launched 2013

Floral Woody Musk for women.

  • Top notes: clementine from Italy

  • Middle notes: jasmine and magnolia flower from China

  • Base notes: sandalwood finished with intriguing tonka bean from Brazil

Far Away Gold ~ Launched in 2014

Oriental Floral fragrance for women. Launched for the 20th anniversary of the original Far Away.

  • Top notes: peach, freesia and osmanthus

  • Middle notes: orange blossom, ylang-ylang and Indian jasmine

  • Base notes: Madagascar vanilla, sandalwood and amber

Far Away Exotic ~ Launched in 2015

Take your senses on a exotic journey

  • Top notes: mango, spiced chai and manderin

  • Middle notes: saffron rose, coconut milk and jasmine

  • Base notes:patchouli, amber, must and sandalwood

Far Away Infinity ~ Launched in 2016

  • Top notes: Marigold and bergamot

  • Middle notes: Jasmine and sambac

  • Base notes: Vanilla


You hear about them all the time, but have you ever wondered what top, heart and base perfume notes actually are? Well, if so, you’re in the right place! We’ve put together an ultimate guide to fragrance notes, which will help you to discover the difference between these fragrance layers and become an expert in no time.

What are perfume notes?

Think of perfume notes as the ingredients that make up a fragrance. From natural floral scents to synthetically created molecules, there are many notes for perfumers to choose from. In fact, it’s now possible to create almost any smell you fancy – candyfloss, baby powder, freshly cut grass and even rain. There’s no limit to the number that can be used in each fragrance, but all scents – even the simplest ones – blend at least three perfume notes together. It is the individual arrangements of these notes that create a unique fragrance.

Top notes:

Top notes are the first notes you smell when trying a fragrance, so they are the ones that shape your first impressions of a scent. These often fresh, fruity scents are usually light and burst on your skin as you spray, fading 10-15 minutes after applying.

Popular top notes: bergamot, orange, grapefruit, lemon, basil

Middle notes:

Once the top notes fade, the heart (or middle) notes start to bloom. These usually floral, full-bodied notes are the most dominant of the fragrance; they are more long-lasting than the top notes but less than the base notes. These notes form the core of the fragrance.

Popular heart notes: lavender, rosemary, black pepper, geranium, juniper

Base notes:

Base (or bottom) notes are what remain once the heart notes fade away. It is these notes that you remember most and that help create a memory in your mind. Most fragrances have the same base notes because there’s only a small amount that will last long enough on the skin to be used as a base. These longest-lasting notes also help to boost the staying power of the top and heart notes.

Popular base notes: vanilla, sandalwood, cedarwood, jasmine, patchouli

There were also some limited additions to the Far Away collection:

Far Away Sensual Embrace is an oriental fragrance for women, launched in 2002

Far Away Fantasy is a floral fruity fragrance, launched in 2010.

Far Away Bella -is a floral fruity fragrance, launched in 2013.

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