VARIETY Sample set
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The Architects Club
Juniper berry oil
Our variety edit of citrusy, green and woody scents in 5 (five) 2ml samples:
1. L'Etrog, a classic citrusy Mediterranean chypre.
2. L'Etrog Acqua, crisp, watery and lemony...morning dew on a citrus field.
3. Boutonnière No.7, a naturalistic gardenia from Belle Époque Paris.
4. The Architects Club, a London-based vanilla amber.
5. Nanban, a leathery, smokey incense of exotic origin.
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A "little of everything" edit with our best-selling selection. From citrusy fresh to amber and incense, these scents offer a journey through Italian fields, Art Deco smoking rooms and merchant galleons. A time and place for every scent.
Eau de Parfum. Sample size sprayer: 2 ml / 0.07 fl oz
- Imagine yourself in an Italian citrus field: The scent opens up like the first rays of sun in a misty morning. The earth underfoot is damp and green and the morning dew sparkles on the citron's skin, while distant myrtle, lavender and grass bring green, herbal notes to your nose. A long-lasting, thirst-quenching citrus fragrance, L’ETROG ACQUA includes notes of: Myrtle leaf, Calabrese citron, Sicilian lemon, Italian mandarin, bergamot, Mediterranean lavender, labdanum and cedar wood.
- Based on a documented transoceanic voyage in 1618 uniting East and West. NANBAN is a woody and smoky oriental fragrance evoking the dark hull of a galleon full of exotic cargo. With notes of: Malabar black pepper, Persian saffron, Chinese osmanthus, coffee absolute, Spanish leather, myrrh, frankincense, sandalwood and cade.
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