It’s time to go outdoors.
Maybe you’ve spent the last few months dodging winter’s chill. Maybe you’ve embraced it and played outside at every chance. Either way, there’s no denying that spring is the kinder season. The land is softer, the sea is warmer, and the air is gentler.
This collection’s scents are inspired by some element of the outdoors: the greens that shoot from the warm earth; the stormy, salty sea; and the scent of something intriguing carried on a hot wind.
Devil in Disguise by Mark Buxton begins with an unusual rhubarb note, green leaves, and spikes of citrus. It alternates between shafts of light and shadows, and its beautifully blended accords are mysterious enough to warrant the name. Read more...
We hope you have fun exploring these three selections. Happy spring!
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