Gallagher Fragrances

Septamber

  • Try a sample first! 

    A portmanteau of September and Amber, is a perfume designed for lovers of the Fall and Winter seasons. The month September marks the start of Fall for those living in the northern hemisphere. For those living in the southern hemisphere, Fall begins in March, but for naming purposes, Gallagher thought Septamber had a better flow than Marchamber.

     

    Septamber opens with a bright blend of apricot, black tea, and shimmering tunisian neroli, fragrantly emulating the last few glimmers of the Summer sunshine as Fall emerges. As Fall progresses, the days shorten and the temperature drops, portrayed in Septamber by dark turkish rose and oakwood. As Winter appears, you're greeted by warm notes of maple, immortelle, benzoin, and honeyed amber, and whispers of hay, red wine, tobacco, and soft leather throughout.  

     

    Notes include apricot, black tea, tunisian neroli, turkish rose, red wine, oakwood, honeyed amber, labdanum, vanilla, maple, immortelle, tobacco, benzoin, hay, and leather.

     

  • Daniel Gallagher is an artisan perfumer who is based in Texas and also happens to be an Air Force Major. How cool is that? Learn more about Gallagher Fragrances in our BLOG.