QUEEN legend Brian May is launching his own badger-scented perfume.
Pals of the rocker, 73, said the fragrance – which is raising funds for the protection of wildlife and badgers – smells of “sandalwood and badger.”
Ingredients include pink pepper, jasmine, chamomile, mimosa, ylang ylang and musk.
Sold in a blood-red bottle, it is named after the band’s 1980 hit.
Their other classics include Bohemian Rhapsody and Who Wants To Live Forever.
Last night, an anonymous snout said: “A lot of effort has gone into it and Brian did a lot of smellings before he was happy.
“The scent has deliberately earthy overtones — a hint of clean badger fur, some sandalwood and something a bit limey.
“It’s surprisingly refreshing and hopefully will fly off the shelves.”
Brian has teamed up with Sergio Momo — boss of perfume firm Xerjoff — and the pair are due to host an online launch at 6pm today.
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