sweet grass perfume oil - hay, tobacco, mimosa

C$64.00Price
  • 10 ml.

    BRIGHT BON VIVANT STRETCHED LANGUID IN FURROWED FIELDS. GOLDEN GRASSES MATCH GOLDEN LIGHT. GENTLE SMOKE TEASES THE TIMID YELLOW FLOWERS, FALL APPROACHES.

    HERBAL NOTES OF ROSEMARY SETTLE INTO SWEET TOBACCO AND HONEY YELLOW MIMOSA FLOWER. ALL OF THIS SETTLES DOWN ONTO THE SMELL OF  FRESHLY CUT HAY AND AMBRETTE SEED. THIS FOUGERÈ STYLE FRAGRANCE IS A RE-INVIGORATION OF A CLASSIC COLOGNE STYLE. 

    Profile: Herbal, Sweet, Nutty, Grassy

     Key Notes

    Tobacco absoluteMimosa Flower, Oakmoss, Rosemary, Hay Absolute, Tonka Bean

    Libertine Fragrance perfume oil roll ons are made using the highest quality essential oils. absolutes, c02 extracts & aroma molecules hand blended into hydrating coconut oil. Perfume oil's tend to hold the scent closer for a more intimate scent experience.

    Made by Libertine Fragrance in Edmonton, AB. 

    Please note that this is a final sale item. 

  • Every part of the process is done locally and in house. The experimenting, blending, mixing and packaging are all done by hand in very small batches, usually 100 or so bottles. A mixture of essential oils  and carefully chosen aroma molecules are weighed, mixed and diluted with carrier, either fractionated coconut oil or pure perfumers alcohol. The mixture is then aged to allow proper unification between essential oils and the carrier before it is bottled and ready to apply.

    All of our printing is done locally by a family owned print shop in Edmonton, Alberta 

    All of our packaging besides the sprayers and rollers are 100% recyclable. Please recycle when you are finished with your bottle & box.

ADDRESS

881 East Hastings St.

Vancouver, BC

V6A 3Y1

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We acknowledge the land on which we gather is on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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