Prepare yourselves, fragrance adventurers!  We’ve found a line so unusual and provocative we couldn’t help but bring it to you on a silver platter.

Escentric Molecules 01
How many times have you tried a perfume, only to find you love one aspect of it but not the others? If you could just take out a few notes, it would be your perfect personal scent?  Escentric Molecules celebrates just one of the scented world’s most used base notes—the sheer, velvety sandalwood-like Iso E Super—and by doing so, puts forth a radically different proposition: building two scents around a single aroma chemical normally just used in small concentrations.  It’s never been done before.  Escentric Molecules is the product of perfumer Geza Schoen (who’s designed fragrances for Clive Christian, Bombay Sapphire and many others) and cutting-edge London companies ThisCompany and MeCompany.

Escentric Molecules 02
And now the second chapter… Escentric 02 and Molecule 02 share the same relationship as their predecessors, Escentric the blend and Molecule the single aroma-chemical extracted from it. Molecule 02 is based on ambroxan, a nature-identical aroma-molecule, best described as a fresh, almost mineral smoothness which subtly expands to envelop you.

Escentric Molecules 03
The launch of the third pair of scents from Escentric Molecules takes the runaway success story of the niche fragrance world back to its roots – literally. As with the first two pairs, launched in 2006 and 2008, Schoen has designed two scents as an homage to a single scent ingredient, or aroma-chemical. The aroma-chemical this time is vetiveryle acetate, a refined vetiver note which is celebrated at its purest in Molecule 03.
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