In the latest release from Imaginary Authors, perfumer Josh Meyer takes a coastal forest of spruce and kicks up the wind that carries a cold, salty sea spray. Josh plays with calone, a tricky note that he manages to make smooth and uncontroversial here (of course he used calone to achieve this effect), and once again Imaginary Authors has a perfume that plays with words as nimbly as it plays with notes. Every Storm a Serenade is musical indeed, the deep black waves topped with icy white caps striking a brooding minor chord. Notes include Danish spruce, eucalyptus, vetiver, calone, ambergris, Baltic sea mist.
Josh Meyer is the creator and perfumer of Imaginary Authors out of Portland, Oregon. Each perfume in his line of gorgeous, quirky scents has an imaginary author to match. Read a Q&A with Josh or learn more at www.imaginaryauthors.com.
Every Storm a Serenade was inspired by the imaginary novel written by Niels Bjerregaard (you guessed it—an imaginary author).