Dirty Flower Factory is an elegant, full, floral with tremendous presence and a touch of grit. Its initial blast is bright and beautiful, but—as the name suggests—there is nuance hidden under the layers and layers of blooms. Dirty Flower Factory is something of a mystery—is this the dirty factory where the flowers are cut? or a mythical factory that churns out tainted blooms?—but it's a mystery that pulls us in and encourages us to peek around the corners of the notes as they unfold and change until the very end. (And trust us, when someone asks you why you smell so good, you'll delight in responding "Dirty Flower Factory.") Notes include jasmine, rose, orange blossom, peppercorn, chili pepper, sandalwood, ambergris, and musk.
From John Pegg's home an hour north of Detroit, he creates Kerosene Fragrances—approachable, unforgettable scents inspired by his surroundings and the scenes of his imagination.
Dirty Flower Factory was inspired by flowers spiked with grit. Perfect for those who don't want to smell pretty all the time.