A cologne differs from an aftershave or perfumed water by incorporating not a mono tone fragrance, but a set of several olfactory notes, often distant, that evoke a main accord.
In this case: HARNESS IN A SADDLE ROOM
Top notes (the most immediate and volatile ones): This is a fragrance built on base notes, so these volatile notes only need to raise them: a fresh lemon balm and nothing else.
Middle notes (slower, but they last longer): The white notes of a night jasmine raise such important base notes.
Base notes (those who support and connect all the others): The formula is developped here, on the contrary. A protagonist vetivert that becomes wood thanks to a vanilla patchouli crystallized by black musk and amber molecules. Everything is warm and cold at the same time.
TOP NOTES: Balsamic, Lemon, Phenolic
MIDDLE NOTES: Jasmine
BASE NOTES: Wood, Vanilla, Musk, Patchouli, Vetiver, Amber
More information and packaging
Amber glass bottle to protect every note of the fragrance.
Embossed “Cathedral vetrage” label
Capacity: 200ml/6,76 fl. oz
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