For civet lovers, this is your holy grail. For those just getting into the animalic notes, particularly civet, here’s our suggestion, don’t judge a fragrance by one sniff. Smell it on a blotter, then on skin and continue to smell it over and over as it dries down. It’s nuanced enough to change as it ages (you’ll be intrigued by the tones of vintage aromatics, giving way to a modern barber shop vibe) and we’ve found that for those that don’t love it at first sight all of a sudden find themselves going back to it with curiosity, intrigue and dare we say…delight.
Notes include bergamot, tarragon, rosemary, cumin, artemisia, cinnamon leaf, geranium, lavender, orange flower, violet, olibanum, tonka bean, vetiver, cedar wood, patchouli, civet, skatole and musk.