My new perfumes are here and each one is quite dear to me. I have tinkered with them until they culminated into their final forms this autumn. I am so very pleased to be launching them together, each one a little story waiting to unfold on the skin.
Amber Corone perfume highlights the honeyed clove floral notes of carnation absolute paired with the mysteriously exotic amber gris. The perfume opens with a touch of orange and wood which dries down into the honeyed clove and dewy floral notes of carnation with a dash of peachy jasmine. The base intertwines labdanum and sweet tobacco which lays in a bed of shimmering amber gris. Amber Corone pays respects to carnation, a flower often used in ceremonial events in ancient Greece and Rome. Fragrance Family: Amber Floral
Hazel marries the citrus brightness of neroli flower with the powdery, herbaceous, and hay-like liatrix. Notes of sparkling blood orange and overly ripe fruit make Hazel a juicy darling on the skin. Fragrance Family: Fruity Floral
Long Branch is inspired by an 1800’s stage coach and saloon. To capture this dusty, boozy-breathed experience Long Branch perfume utilizes the depths of agarwood and guaiacwood. Oakwood absolute adds a shot of whiskey-soaked barrels, while mate absolute imparts a smoked leaf dry down. Fragrance Family: Smoked Wood