ARCHIVE DECANTS - 4160 Tuesdays - Dirty Honey
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THE BRAND SAYS: "The scent of Mexican mock orange blossom in spring, in a London suburb. It smells (to us) like honey that’s dripped into the earth, been trodden on, and scraped back up again - in a good way. This particular flower grows in clusters of white blossom, on an evergreen shrub with eight lobed leaves. The scent is so wonderful we always stop in our tracks and stick our noses right in it. It's not a clear, gentle smell though; it's sweet, but it's wicked. It has an intoxicating feel to it. It demands some courage, as perfumes go. It's the kind of fragrance unlikely ever to be brought out by a big brand because it would scare too many people. White flowers look innocent but smell quite the opposite. It's only fair to warn you."
NOTES: honey, honeybush, atlas cedarwood, frangipani, jasmine, vanilla, beeswax, labdanum, musk
CONCENTRATION: Eau de Parfum
COUNTRY: United Kingdom
PERFUMER: Sarah McCartney
TO ORDER: Select the number of milliliters you would like to purchase (any amount you wish), and we will decant that exact amount into a suitable spray perfume bottle just for you. If you are interested in purchasing the entire bottle and its remaining perfume, send us an email.