Jasmin d’Inde No. 6
A forbidden love affair between two of India’s most precious flowers. Sweet and spicy notes of jasmine, saffron, cumin, nutmeg, and green leaves, ylang moheli, and base notes of patchouli, Peruvian balsam, sandalwood, birch tar, and civet.
Oh Mon Dieu No. 69
Paris 1969, the artistic and sexual revolution. The air was bohemian, wild and undeniably sexy. Women were as bold as their lipstick color, flaunting their freedom, style, and powers of seduction. Oh Mon Dieu! A sensual pairing of cognac and lipstick notes with undertones of incense, leather and caramel.
Mamounia No. 28
Spring in Marrakech, during the peak of the rose festival. The medina is intoxicating- the perfume of the flowers, vats of exotic spices, tanned leathers, cedar boxes, and fresh nanah tea. Mamounia is balanced with notes of Rose de Mai, spearmint, orange flower absolute, leather, amber and honey.
Eau d’Égée No. 3
Inspired by rituals of the Aegean coast. A cool sea breeze, tempered by wildflowers, sweetened by coriander and fig leaves from local gardens, and the spiced aroma of burning sage drifting from ancient temples. Grounded by notes of pepperwood, oak, and cedar, lavender absolute and musk.
Thé Russe No. 75
Journey to the library of a St. Petersburg mansion, enveloped by scents of ancient, leather-bound books, crackling fire, and the steam of black tea rising from a spectacular samovar. Thé Russe blends notes of lemon zest, coriander seeds, beeswax absolute and milk, with base notes of patchouli, amber, and Russian leather.
An olfactory journey to the otherworldly landscape of Joshua Tree. Dry, woodsy notes native to the desert- papyrus immortelle, bay laurel, coriander and green notes at the top. Juniper, cypress, cinnamon, atlas cedar at the heart with guaiac wood, patchouli, frankincense and cistus base notes.