Eau de Parfum
by Tom Daxon
A sweeping wind of brilliant spring green. Salvia sclarea is the botanical name for clary sage, and this fragrance is built around an outstanding clary sage note - clear, sparkling, with a touch of sweetness - blended with crisp grass and cool violet leaves to further deepen the sensation of endless green fields. The effect is not an orderly, manicured lawn, but rather a wild meadow, sprinkled with wildflowers and wet with dew. It is intensely, joyously, vibrantly green. Jasmine adds a clean floral freshness and oak moss, cashmeran and musk add a layer of velvety softness underneath, acting as supporting players in this ode to an early summer morning. Gorgeous, fresh and calming.
Grass, green violet leaf, bergamot, elemi, clary sage, jasmine, oakmoss, cashmeran, white musks