Sparkling leaf, cubeb, green pepper, & cracked coriander seed. Cool spices & Black Sea breeze—like the hills above Odessa.
Coriander is cool. It is a spice, but it is cool. When we think of spices, we think of warmth: nutmeg, ginger, clove, cinnamon. We picture roaring fires, winter warmth, or the tropical climes where these plants grow. Of course with some perfume wizardry you can turn these on their heads. But coriander is already cool. It is fresh, green, pungent, and evocative of the grass, the expanse of fields, the sweeping sea.
Our coriander scent is the coriander from the hills above Odessa on the Black Sea. Tall stalks holding celadon grooved seeds looking down at ships at port.
In the top you have the fresh, pungent coriander heightened by sappy green lime peels and the aggressive herbal scrawl of rosemary from Morocco (which is rounder than those from Eastern Europe). Cubeb seeds—the noble cousin to black pepper—give more dry musky round cool.
It is an everyday scent, light enough to meld with skin and project its presence with a subtle aura. Fresh, but unique with its pungent green atmosphere.
Top Notes: coriander, pepper, juniper needle
Heart Notes: geranium, clove stem, clary sage
Base Notes: musk, magnolia, mace
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