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The Greek Key pattern gets its name from ancient Greece’s river Meander, which symbolizes the eternal flow of things. The flow of this fragrance by nose Ashley Eden Kessler takes us on a journey down that river, the heat of the day drowsing into a star-studded sky. When we open our eyes, we find ourselves on a secluded island, ready for an affair of mythological proportions to play out. Sexy yet sophisticated, bubbly but ozonic, the drama remains fresh no matter how ancient its origins.
Notes include pink grapefruit, lemon, mandarin orange, elemi, rosemary, calone, floral ozone, hedione, cedar, vetiver, cetalox, oakmoss, and coumarin.
Sarah Baker is a boutique luxury house created out of an East London art studio. The nose behind Charade is Andreas Wilhelm. Learn more about Sarah Baker Perfumes in our BLOG.