Tzora is a bright, peppery unisex fragrance that recalls an ancient landscape in Israel. It features a zingy mix of warm citrus, pepper, earth, moss, and woods combined in a sleek, minimalist composition. The effect is at once rugged and refined. With the uber-chic hand-knit cover of 100% virgin wool, incorporating Anat Fritz's unique design aesthetic, Tzora feels like a little treasure. Notes include cassis, clary, bergamot, Peruvian pepper, magnolia, osmanthus, jasmine, cedarwood, vetiver, patchouli, musk, and moss.
As a designer of fine knitwear, Berliner Anat Fritz specializes in the unusual and the elegant. She collaborated with renowned perfumer Geza Schoen to create Tzora and designed a bottle clothed in a unique hand-knit cover. Read a Q&A with Anat or learn more at www.anatfritz.com.
Tzora is named for the Israeli kibbutz where Anat Fritz has spent many summers throughout her life. Known to be the biblical home of Samson and Delilah, Tzora boasts a landscape full of lemon, olive, and pomegranate trees.