LEV IV conjures the rock and roll stage presence of Robert Plant and his voice in Led Zeppelin’s Going to California (give a listen below as you sniff for a full sensory experience). The psychedelic echo effect in the song contributes to the ripple effect of ingredient: Guitar strings coincide with the wet metallic aspects of patchouli, and the smokiness of guaiacwood goes back and forth, enveloping the wearer and the listener in a shroud of mystery. Notes include grapefruit, bergamot, davana, labdanum, guaiacwood, patchouli, and musk.
As a disclaimer, Robert Plant, Jimmy Paige, John Paul Jones and remaining members of Led Zeppelin do not endorse this or any other product made by Jazmin Saraï.
Classically trained at the Grasse Institute of Perfumery, Dana El Masri is inspired by songs that hold sentimental appeal for her. Her personal collection blends melodies of the past and the present through scent and music, crafting a playful symphony of fragrances influenced by her background as a singer and songwriter. Now back in Montreal, Dana continues to grow and evolve as a perfumer while sharing her love for music, culture, and scent on her blog The Scentinel.