Green Oakmoss, inspired by a rant about over regulation of innocuous natural materials used in perfumery. And the desire to create an amazing earthy mossy perfume despite the restrictions.
Concentration: Parfum, set into a carrier base of our Organic esprit de sucre.
Bergamot, Cut Grass Accord, Mint, Green Oakmoss Accord, Quinolines, Cloves, Seaweed Absolute, Rose Geranium, Tuberose Accord, Carnation Accord, Pine Needle, Civet Reconstruction, Castoreum Reconstruction, Hedione, Aged Patchouli, Labdanum Absolute, Kephalis, Lactones, Oakmoss Base, Evernyl, Hatian Vetiver
Review Notes: Green Oakmoss is the fragrance I was most excited to try. Initially, I was concerned it would be bland and flat, because oakmoss is generally used as a basenote, not meant to be the whole ensemble. But this is, indeed, a whole perfume, based upon the idea of the scent of green and oakmoss. It doesn’t just smell like the essential oil of oakmoss but instead contains it’s own top, middle and basenotes.
This stuff is genius. It starts off with an earthy green, almost black tea/bergamot vibe atop a mound of moss. Green Oakmoss isn’t particularly dirty or skanky, it’s a clean rendition of oakmoss, much like dirt doesn’t actually smell “dirty” when you’re gardening and scoop up a handful of soil. Excerpt taken from a review at, I Smell Therefore I Am, by Abigail..