Copper & Amyris
A note from your perfumer..
"The image I had in mind for this scent was a warm, elegant old-fashioned study on a cold winter's night. A figure sits at his desk, reading letters in the flickering light. I wanted to think of this smell in a realistic way - the clash of hearth smells with the fruitiness of port; the scent of dry paper against wet snowflakes hitting the windows. I was keen to stay away from typical cinnamon accords, instead choosing to blend cassia bark with incense, clove bud, Curcuma and cashmere materials. The fragrance is quite complex and definitely not minimalist - I wanted to suggest abundance and extravagance."
Scent designed by Harrison Sherwood @artifiscent
designed and blended in the south of England..
Steam distilled from the bark of a torchwood tree. This sweet, woody scent can be used for relaxation and to reduce anxiety.
From rock rose, this creates an amber note to give an extra warmth. It's lovely rich golden colour.
This molecule has won a prize it’s that good! A woody ingredient, commended for it’s sustainability (made from sugarcane waste!) and for it’s unique olfactive character.
It takes a whole kilogram of rose petals to make just one gram of rose absolute, now that's a lot of roses! You'll find a good measure of rose in here.
Extracted from the resin of the boswellia tree, this has been one of the most precious, sought after oils since ancient times. Promotes feelings of peace, relaxation and wellness.
The indulgent richness of this blend is lightened by the citrus notes of sweet orange. It's a fine balance and does not overpower the smoothness of the other fragrances.
ingredients working in harmony
- Charred wood