Here’s a guide to help you experience our perfumes better. Let's start with the basics.
The scent of September captures the first day of fall at the farm. The stacks of hay are warm in the afternoon sun and blend together with the scent of harvested fruits and a blue sky, crisp with promises of new beginnings.
Fragrance notes are ingredients that the perfume is made of. The perfume makers, “noses”, carefully select notes to make sure a fragrance both smells pleasant and evokes an experience. The ingredients are categorized as top, heart and base notes. The top notes have a higher volatility and evaporate faster, while notes at the bottom can linger for up to six hours.
Common top notes include citrus scents, as an example in September we have Pomelo and Kumquat.
Heart notes are usually full-bodied and aromatic like floral oils; in September we have Apple Blossom and Jasmine.
Base notes are usually smoky, woody and musky, in September we have Vetiver Smoke and Guaiac Wood.
Discover our Eau de Parfums here.