Fig, dark myrrh, amber, redwood, nutmeg, tarragon, black musk, and sweet orange.
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Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– December 5, 2018
In the bottle: Fig, Tarragon, and amber.
Wet: in addition to the initial first impression, the redwood makes a solid entrance, and the musk is subtly waving. The sweet orange flits among the shadows. There’s a warmth that I’m going to assume is the nutmeg. It’s not an individual component, but rather a warm foundation upon which everything else builds.
The overall impression of the scent so far is warm, sweet, and woody. The tarragon lifts it just enough to make it a beautifully balanced blend. The amber provides a simultaneously sweet and powdery creaminess without strong-arming the scent into that disappointing powdery territory.
Dry down: the orange isn’t as shy, but it’s still a wonderfully balanced scent. I love it. The orange and musk team up and play well together. The way this scent builds and blooms before your very nose is intoxicating.
4 hours dry: still warm and sweet and balanced. Well done.
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