Bois d'Hiver

Eau de Parfum

by Ex Nihilo

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"An iron fist in a velvet glove, " Bois d'Hiver is a seductive ode to contrast, where spicy, powerful woods and powdery musks intertwine with astounding fluency to create a scent that can only be described as equal parts striking and smooth.

Bois d'Hiver opens with a hypnotically spiced blend of pink pepper and cardamom, both sourced from Givaudan's industry-best Orpur naturals. The electricity of the spices gives way gradually to a robust cedar-and-sandal woodsiness rounded with smooth, clean florals, while a rich Indonesian patchouli lends just the right amount of earthy body. In the drydown, a base of powdery, exquisitely fine musk counterbalances the woods, producing an alluringly symbiotic fragrance both modern and compellingly easy to wear. Your contradictions are what make you dynamic. Shouldn't the same go for your fragrance?

Bois d'Hiver  Notes

Pink pepper, cardamom, heliotrope, cyclamen, white cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, cypriol, musk

Bois d'Hiver Sizes Available
50ml $225
100ml $325
0.7ml Sample $5
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Here's what other people are saying about Bois d'Hiver...
Opens with a nice chilly crackle -- aldehydes and pink pepper, mm -- and moves into a good balance between further chill (cedar, heliotrope) and warming spices. The effect is active but serene, a head-clearing walk into virgin snow and the promise of a warm hearth after.
By   - editor from Seattle on 2/18/2016
Its not like any perfume I have ever smelled with pepper. I hate orientals or woodsy scents , most of the time, but this is the best in the category. The poivre note is not overtaking as it usually is. It does have a slightly Chanel like powder to it but it still has masculinity. It smells very expensive and has this almost sweetness without being gourmand. It is very light for this category of woodsy oriental.
By   - Artist from Savannah on 1/8/2016
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