Possets Perfumes Master List
Updated on July 8, 2021
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Abraxas- Honey offerings, incense smoke from great pots of smudging resins. Gourmand, spicy, resinous.
Adamus- Dry and sweet new mown hay (irresistible), is combined with tobacco flower (very attractive but non cloying), and our own concoction of sweet green moss and you can’t miss.
Alabama- Alabama weaves pink fizzy mimosa, thick white magnolia, canebrake jasmine, Mexican tuberose and Martinique gardenia. These are all knit together with precious Sacred Frankincense to concoct a bombshell of a fragrance, deep white floral with deep incense leanings.
Allen Ginsberg Howl- Black, red and amber musks wrestle furiously with sandalwood and opium tar resin. There is nothing light or gentle about this scent. A burning incense backs it up, black patchouli stands in the forefront. Dark, musky, resinous. Tremendously savage, dark and sweet like molasses rather than sugar.
Amethyst- A sharp amber to start combines with a smoother and more caramel-like amber and a great shot of lavender on top of it all. Somehow this one manages to be soothing and edgy at the same time. Lavender, amber. Simple. Divine.
Angelic Host (6th) Dominions- Tremendously and effortlessly commanding, this is a fragrance totally made out of resins. Amber and labdanum, a small crumb of frankincense and two more ambers. Captivating, seductive, insinuating and fabulous.
Angelic Host (9th) Dominions- Simple and beautiful, elemental and hypnotic. Five vanillas (most of them fat and buttery vanillas cut with lean and sharp vanillas) and are blended with six different ambers which give the hypnotic part to the whole.
Arc of Venus- Sexy sandalwood base flirts with black lavender, a very small hint of calendula, “abstract” musk, and a bit of sharp grey musk which is seldom used but goes perfectly in this melange. Very grown up and sophisticated with a flirty side that can give your encounters a “come hither” edge. There is a very slight animalic side to The Arc of Venus and that is what makes the perfume so very unusual and attractive.
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba- Mysore sandalwood, suede, frankincense, patchouli, 4 vanillas.
Bar Sinister- Green Bourbon vanilla extract, sweetbriar, a powerful green musk, and a very highly refined leather, a background of labdenum, and a high and intoxicating silk accord.
BBC (The Big Black Cat)- Sweet and strong, but full of character, like a majestic big black cat! Buttery creme with a smooth caramel undercoat, bourbon vanilla (the kind with the tiny black specks), gourmet candy corn crushed and put in the mix, and a crust of burnt sugar with a crunch from some indefinable but thoroughly delightful source. All this with a kiss of cinnamon, a very small puff of clove, and one grain of allspice.
Bear Lake Shake- Many years ago Fabienne and Gordon visited Bear Lake in Utah. It was raspberry season and they were lucky enough to try a local confection, a raspberry milkshake made with berries picked that day. They took it to a picnic table near to the kiosk where they bought the shake. Amid the scent of the summer sun hitting the mountain lake, crystalline air, the milky raspberry shakes cooled and comforted them. She recreated that idyll here.
Beatrice- The Silver base combines with five of the most beautiful musks* which Possets produces. This is soft but long lasting, subtle but wraps itself around your mind. It is a hypnotic sort of a blend. *Skin musk, 2 white musks, “Crystalline” musk,and a grey musk.
Bessarabian Veranda- Black musk, black oude, civet, grey musk, myrrh (black and brown), and a black vanilla. Exceptional, gooey. VERY accommodating.
Betsy- Very deep bass notes of patchouli, labdanum, vetiver, and oud. All the spices of Arabia, Africa, and Asia blended together with a huge shot of the sweetest and most high keyed musk. The entire of it all settles down to great allure.
Black Tea- The most dark and the most tannic of teas. Pure and beautiful, incense floats over it all and the effect is so much like the vapor lines of a mirage. Tea-like but not sweet.
Capezzoli di Venere- Start with a perfectly roasted chestnut for a smooth and proper base for the softer things to come. Around that wrap ganache made of buttercream and gardenia kissed mocha which will melt your heart as it expires from love in your mouth. Enrobe with bitter dark chocolate.
Chocolate Incense- No Valentine’s Day would be complete without a foolish amount of chocolate! But this is the kind you can wear, a drug for your nose and an indulgence for your psyche. Sandalwood, amber, frankincense bring out the smokey tease in chocolate which you probably had no idea was there. Downright narcotic, it’s so sensuous.
Churpz- Named after the marshmallow chicks so common at this time of year, Churpz is all fluffy puffy fun and nothing instructive, corrective, or refined. Churpz is simple all-out pleasure in things which are sweet and gooey and a mental orgasm. Foody, gourmand.
Courtly Love- Coconut (here used more as a serious element rather than a novelty) dances with apricot and a light kiss of vanilla and a very sweet, not stinky, jasmine to make a honey-ed note stand out.
Cri de Coeur- Vanilla, nougat, coconut, sweet musk, tobacco flower,swirling cotton, a drop of nag champa, chypre, black musk and sugar cane. There is the essence of a very good dragon’s blood in it, a small amount of lime, and lime blossom. Very sweet without being totally foody, long lasting and strong.
Dance With Me- Refreshing and refined at once. A superb coumarin-laced lavender combines with fizzy pink grapefruit, and it all rests on a bed of white musk.
Dangerous Oil- Six musks from blackest black up through a rare and gorgeous in itself purple/blue musk hybrid. A good jolt of labdanum and an edge of cognac. The heart note is an entire chypre made only for this project and used for no other. There is a fresh and almost gardenia-like part to this (but there is no gardenia in it), it is not a floral but a resinous blend but there is a mesmerizing beauty to it.
Death (The Pardoner’s Tale)- As dark a vetiver as you could possibly smell mixes with smooth thyme and a good jolt of black amber. A faraway touch of incense and a tiny amount of pure smoke.
Delaware- Possets’ Delaware smells ultra expensive. It’s the aquatic haters’ aquatic. Very good for summer with a bamboo aspect and a light refreshing spice playing in the background. Spicy, aquatic.
Diaphanous Dress- Deepest and richest Mexican vanilla troupes bravely with the chill aquatic of snow falling in heavy doses and melting almost on contact. A tuft of chlorophyll is in the background and a hint of the flowers it all overtakes for just a while. This is an enchanting fragrance, a hypnotic springtime blend which is more about the atmosphere than the real flowers themselves.
Dies Irae- Strong and pitch black, very bad ass. Three black musks, one fog-like musk to disburse the whole, bitter galbanum, smooth hawthorne, the scent of rotting leaves, a small amount of orris, and smoky oude, finally frankincense and black amber. Very black and eternal.
Eve- Eve is resplendent with musks, earthy sweetness, lingering and sexy as only that first lady could have been. Resinous.
Fascinator- This one is pretty dry but sparkling, very high-key bright crystalline musk combined with a more emollient backup musk, a good spritz of sandalwood, and a small amount of cedar and rosewood. This is very sexy indeed, and grown up.
Fearful Symmetry- Deep crystal and grey musks, combined with an ambergris-like accord which we developed to have less marine and more astringent edge to it. White oude and comfrey, sandalwood, light smoke and black amber. Aromatic, strong.
Field of Reeds- Sweet sandalwood and two ambers, a touch of wood for reeds, and a kiss of golden musk, black pepper married with a drop of labdanum. A smooth and resinous sweet blend but with enough of the spice kick of a modern perfume to escape being downright primitive.
Gingerbread Whorehouse- Very foody, very sweet, very sexy. This is European Gingerbread given an American Cajun jolt with the spices: ginger, black pepper (!), clove, cinnamon, coriander, and a kiss of pink pepper. It’s sweet but not cloying, cake-like but not too soft, it has a bite (but you would expect no less). Sweet, foody, gourmand, spicy.
Hatshepsut- Bitter beautiful galbanum pairs with the smoothness of labdanum, a bit of oude gum, and a very small amount of the best skin amber. Breathtakingly strong and yet lovely, very simple, very elegant. Spicy and resinous.
Heka- This perfume starts out with a gourd accord(!) and slides into a fine brew of lavender, oakmoss, and thyme which are twined around a resinous ambery heart. Magical and unexpected.
*This blend contains cinnamon which may cause irritation for some people. It is recommended to test by applying a small amount to see if any reaction occurs.
High Tea- A very true to tea blend. Infused with lemon, sugar, milk, and that indescribable scent of the best starched linens, High Tea is your antidote to vulgarity. Characteristics: unisex. refreshing, tea, sweet, cooling, summer scent, warming winter scent, foody, gourmand.
HopHead- Coffee in its most perfectly beautiful form is dropped into five ambers which range from sweet to dry. Gourmandy and very beautiful.
Indigo- A hint of lavender and a kiss of spice and the tiniest bit of vanilla. Unisex but tending to the feminine. Characteristics: cool, pretty, cooling, summer scent, herbal, perfumy.
Iowa- A daring fragrance, this one starts out with a crystallized vanilla, a hint of turbinado sugar, and a large dose of an accord based on wheat (there is no wheat in it, it’s the essence of the fragrance of wheat blossoms), and a small amount of a whiskey-like addition. Very comforting and sweet but dry as well.
Isabella- Notes of rose are combined with a light resin, white tea leaf and a rare honey/milky-musk. This one starts off as demure and gradually becomes more and more seductive as it warms on your skin. Finally the musk comes out, a “cream musk” as it becomes very brightly smoothly sweet as the mixture matures. A light dusting of familiar spices round out the mixture. Enchanting and uplifting perfume.
Jeanne DuVal Mistress of Charles Baudelaire- This is a tremendously complex formula that includes five ambers (two golden, one dry, one sweet, and one we call Black Amber), add to that African Musk, a drop of aged sweet patchouli, a nice swath of labdanum, a large part of a very, very dry and somewhat woody Bourbon vanilla, a bit of sandalwood, and just the right amount of Haitian vetiver. This is a wonderfully resinous perfume, with tremendous staying power, infinite sexuality, and amazing balance. Woody in part, spicy in part, resinous always.
Lady and a Baby Unicorn- Using the right type and right amount and right dilution, vetiver (that sultry, earthy, wild, and dominant part) becomes positively docile, sweet, and innocent…almost fruity in the presence of three vanillas (dry, fat, and sweet).
Lavender Corset- Lavender Corset is more lilac than lavender, very feminine, long lasting and a persistent whisper of a fragrance. Characteristics: Lilac, musk, versatile, feminine, clean, sophisticated, long lasting, cooling, summer scent..
Lavender Pepys- Yes, there have been candies made with lavender in the past. Pastilles usually, but when you mix that clean and innocent smell with something devilish like marshmallow and other goodies, then you have a real sinful thing to enjoy after a long dry season of denial. Even though this is sweet and delicious, it manages to keep a lightness and from veering too far into the foody territory.
Linden Blossom Tea- Linden tea will remind you of afternoons in Vienna, long shadows and the air filled with a fine honeyed scent of blooming lindens. Refreshing but comforting, it’s really only proper at the summery parts of the year.
Lord Byron- “She Walks In Beauty” has a composition of black oude, a musk which only has a number not a name, sandalwood, artemisia, rue, Arabian white oude, petitgrain, elimi, silk essence, and black tea. Strong, Sexual yet wise, long lasting, and classic.
Lovechild-Sweetbaby- Vanilla concentrated with lavender and amber. A simple but unforgettable gorgeous blend.
Madame X- It’s musky, creamy, enticing, perfumy, slightly foody, but very skin-like. Its notes? Skin musk, wax, cream, lemon zest, champagne, and a kiss of bitter vanilla. Characteristics: musky, creamy, feminine, foody, gourmand.
Massachusetts- Massachusetts is refreshing and perfect for any time of day or night. Bay, bergamot and cambric tea with crystal musk (a very light and non abrasive variety of musk) a charm of myrtle and the smallest particle of ginger.
Midnight Mass at Old St. Mary’s- A resinous incense blend, redolent with polished wood of the pews, the beeswax candles, and offertory fruits. Unisex and perfect for cold weather. Dry, resinous, and grown up.
Min-Min- Sandalwoods, three of them, combined with the rich enticing scent of leather, a strong and classic patchouli rounds out the central trio. However, there manages to be a soft center to the group, thanks to a slight infusion of rose (and it is not a strong rose scent but one which blended into the mix to be a scent “emollient” to the mix.
Morgan le Fey- Dark and richly incense-filled, heavy with spice and not tame, Morgan le Fey is most unusual and supremely attractive. Flowers meet patchouli and collide with spices.
Mrs. Rabbit’s Carrot Cake- The most moist and vanilla drenched melting cake shot through with sugar encrusted rum kissed currents and golden raisins (which crunch in your mouth) and crowned with the richest butter filled sour cream and ricotta frosting and trimmed with tiny spun sugar carrots, and grass.
My Lover’s Lips- Three apricots drizzled over five vanillas to make a seminal and delightful sugar crust on sweet tart fruit. Foody, fruity, fabulous. Hints of hawthorne, a bit of moss, and the ripe juice of apricot (as averse to the pulp) all take their turn to show off their charms.
Nefertiti and Akhenaten- Sweet sticky golden amber, a sugared spikenard, green patchouli, and a drop of yellow musk, mixed together with a skin of henna and a measure of sandalwood. Sweet, deep, musky and holy.
Nocturne- The best of balsam fir and a thick crust of sugar.
Nuut- The sky goddess Nuut meets the earth then yields her silver treasure in this wonderful pairing of the well beloved silver base with the rich smell of earth and resins to compliment the formula. Really deep dark loamy long lasting and not for the faint of heart. There is a beautiful peppery edge to this one which is a natural outcropping of the scent of earth. Stunning. Spicy.
Ode to Aphrodite- oakmoss, sandalwood, sage, citrus, Possets’ synthetic ambergris accord.
Orion- Possets rendition is woody in extremis but not obnoxiously loud. Very masculinely charming, outdoors in a very sophisticated way, a hard outside with a very warm heart. This one features Oude, rare and unexpected woods and smoked vanilla. Characteristics: woody, sophisticated, masculine, spicy, home scent, long lasting.
Ouija- Calming cedar and rosewood, black vanilla, fat vanilla, and a touch of rose to give it a sweet side, black silk scent, and a touch of coriander. This is a beautiful classic woody scent just perfect for those who don’t usually care for wood. The rose background give it just the right lift and keeps it from being too heavy and cloying. Black chiffon is a “code name” for an excellent musk we mix in the Possetorium and keep for special occasions, it has a fabric-like fragrance.
Over-the-Rhine- Over-the-Rhine is Possets’ first all out spicy mix, a blend of the comfortable and the challenging, the familiar with those things we are hard wired to enjoy. Characteristics: spicy, warm, unisex, resinous.
Passion- A supersaturated chocolate solution with a smooth chocolate interior and a chocolate shell covered in chocolate sauce and floating in a puddle of chocolate. There is a store in Paris on the Champs Elysees called Maison de Chocolate. This is how it smells when you enter. The most expensive and richest most delectable chocolates are made there.
Pavane- Silver Cardamom, the sweetest of the strains of cardamom (something nice enough to put in a pasha’s coffee) and the exquisite Silver base for which Possets is famous. Add a tot of artemisia, and a pinch of coumarin and the result is a fabulously gourmand to tempt even those on a diet against the gourmand world.
Pippin Pie- The juiciest and most tart apples, the flakiest and most buttery pastry, heaps and heaps of sugar and a kiss of spice. You will just love this one. fruity, foody, gourmand.
Ponder- Ponder is full of mischief and this fragrance is a made up from the ground perfect lavender/vanilla like no one else’s. We had to find the perfect vanilla for this blend. We used a Mexican vanilla without a woody edge which is very smooth and almost spice laden. We also added a perfect Bulgarian lavender which is full of coumarin, and a hint of saffron (which will make you smile for its stone like edge which somehow makes things sweeter), a very very light rasp of lemon and voila!
Prestidigitazione- The word means magic in Italian. Black fig, thick nag champa, black coconut, black smooth balm-like labdanum. The complexity of fig is brought to the fore here.
Queen of the Night- A deeply perfumy blend with a deeply foody core. It is dry and then again there is a dry sweetness to it. Queen of the Night is thoroughly original, maddeningly hard to classify; it is in the same category as Mugler’s Angel but it does not smell at all like Angel. Confused? It reminds one more of Balenciaga’s Les Dix for its “fabric” like component (smells something like silk). perfumy, foody, gourmand, chic.
Reason- Five vanillas and three toffees and a big glop of butter and cream on it all. Reason will make you feel totally catered to, with vanilla on top of vanilla with a very gooey and butter laden liquid toffee encapsulation.
Robert Burns My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose- There should always be a great rose perfume each summer. Art follows Nature. A very comforting, sweet, and almost sugared rose–not sharp at all. Floral.
Samarkand- Filled with delicious musks, resins, patchoulis and incense it must have smelled fabulous. Rich proprietary black musk, a thick addition of darkest black tea, knit together with a smooth but almost undetectable attar of roses (which is a catalyst for the whole). The most exquisite nag champa and finally topped off with a thick syrupy aged patchouli and a huge shot of incense.
Scent from Heaven- Notes: tuberose, jasmine, peach, iris, gardenia, apricot, ambergris, coriander, balsam, and red musk.
Seascape- This is an aquatic with a heavy component of coconut which truly adds a lot of character to the marine aspect (by having an unanticipated similarity to the watery base). On top of it all, floats a serious amount of cannabis scent and the result is positively electric. Of course there is a deep salt tang to it all with a green/cucumbery breeze. Aquatic, zesty, fruity, and very soothing for a hot day.
Sex in Heaven- Coconut, vanillas (two fabulous types: Mexican and Tahitian), and a lashing of sandalwood. Glory, this is heaven!
Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal- Rare Bulgarian zdravetz combined with ylang ylang and a smoothing of rare and perfect red musk. A strong suggestion of patchouli of the finest aged variety, finished off with a kiss of oude infused lips, and a dollop of real Tahitian vanilla bean aged infusion.
Silver Amber- Silver Amber contains five ambers (lemony, resiny, sweet, dry, and a pollen-like amber) cozying up to the marvelous base we use in the silver line. Stunningly smooth and dry but then again, that is just a backdrop for an almost candy like shell but it isn’t really sweet but it isn’t stand offishly dry either.
Silver Carnations- Long lasting and just beautiful from the start, Silver Carnations stays true from the first moment until the last. The “silver” part that you love combined with the spice and flower carnation that you will love. A winner.
Silver Cedar- Silver Cedar combines Possets’ Silver accord with Virginia Cedarwood. A satisfying, soothing and calming blend, perfect for everyday use! This silver is sure to become a classic. Vanilla, a hint of light florals, a bit of lemon and Virginia Cedar.
Silver Chypre- Silver Chypre takes the beauty and sweetness of the silver accord and blends it seamlessly with the bitter and totally grown up chypre made by Possets and the result is a perfectly balanced perfume which is gourmandy but that compliments the dry and fabulous green and leathery chypre.
Silver Ginger- This is the marriage of Possets’ legendary ginger and Silver and here it is. It’s not your average over-lemony kitchen ginger. No, this one is a very smooth and sweet but alluring concoction pushed with just the right amount of aromatics and that wonderful silver base which makes everything heavenly.
Silver Lavender- An instant classic, the unbelievable wonder of a vanilla-like lavender paired up with the Silver accord we all love, with a drop or two of sandalwood to mellow it all out and you have a perfection of fragrance fit for any occasion.
Silver Oude- Name says it all. It is difficult to take the strong glory of oude and tame it down with the delicate silver base but, if the proportions are right and the embellishments are in harmony, you can have one gorgeous and totally unexpected blend which will stay for hours and hours.
Silver Roses- The fabulous “silver” base is now spun with some of the classiest rose accords and ottos we have ever encountered. The result is sheer magic. Characteristics: Floral, vanilla, charming, scent locket, feminine, home scent, long lasting.
Silver Sandalwood- The famous “silver” base encrusted in a wonderful rich strong sandalwood. The glorious comforting volatility of sandalwood combines with the sweetness of silver. Bright and yet very very sexy.
Silver Vanilla- The famous and fabulous Possets’ “silver” accord combined with some very special vanillas (plural). One sort of vanilla is not enough, this is a combination of: plush, dry, sweet, and resinous vanillas of the most orgasmic sorts.
Silver Violets- Deep purple Parma violets, white and skin musks, lashings of vanilla. Silver Violets is sweet but refreshing and welcome at any time of the year. Particularly reviving in the heat of summer months. Characteristics: floral, musky, vanilla, feminine, long lasting.
Sorrow- A classic chypre made in modern times. This is a classic, more like Bandit than any other blend but not leathery. This is the perfect balance of bergamot and oakmoss and a top note of galbanum (which adds a stately and beautifully melancholy edge to Sorrow).
Stewart- Black agarwood and light leather, sandalwood and buffed mahogany. Sophisticated seething sexuality.
Summer- Fern, carnation, sandalwood, ginger root, sweet briarwood, and a small amount of woody vanilla. Breathtakingly sophisticated and yet earthy.
Sweet Arabia- A typically Arabian blend with three oudes, “white” sandalwood, a hint of charcoal burning (yes, it does have its own very appealing scent), golden copal, and myrrh tears. Strong and long lasting, endowed with a bit of labdanum. This is a woody hypnotic type of fragrance, very deep and about as far away as you can get from foody.
Vermont- Slightly herbal, shot of lime, with a thick overlay of part of the smell of maple syrup. Yummy. Foody, gourmand, fruity, sweet.
Terra Incognita- A blend which perfectly recreates twilight and the coming of night. Five different types of black musk and pink and black pepper essential oils come together to make a serious and dark blend with tremendous staying power. Nothing foodie is in evidence here and there is a cast of silk which is put in the blend to give it an almost indefinable sophistication.
That Oude Time Religion- On top of the oude are vetiver, patchouli, frankincense and moar! This one was constructed to be as heavy and dark and filled with resins as could be stuffed into a bottle. Extremely dense and very lovely.
The Girls Love Vanilla- For anyone who loves loves loves the smell of vanilla, this is the supersaturated honey soaked, sinful, hedonistic custom rare and unabashed blend you have been waiting for. Outrageously lovely. Too pretty for angels almost, but not too pretty for you! Characteristics: vanilla, honey, sweet, foody.
The Mistress of Power- An almost indescribable fragrance of great potency. An incense and musk scent. Black, grey, and golden musks at the base, a good part of aged patchouli (which has gone from a thin light yellow to a thick dark brown over the years in the curing cabinet) there is absolutely nothing coy about this blend. Backdrop of a non foody and more brandy-like chocolate liquor, a small amount of clove, all finished off with an ambergris-like musk for a shadow-like staying power.
The Moon- White long silky spun threads of three white musks combined with an almost creamy insinuation of white beeswax carrying a very sophisticated edge. Ethereal but warm. Very skin-like and sexily calming. This one has a My Sin vibe to it, the best of vintage perfumery brought up to date in the 21st century.
Venus Black- Black in the most sophisticated way. Blackest musk flirts with a float of black pepper, a shot of dark sweet pear and the most small amount of sage and non-stinky narcissus for tingle. Dry, musky, spicy.
Vernal Sun- Lemon and lightest vanilla like the rays of the welcome spring sunshine. A tiny amount of white musk to make it last for a while, a very very light whiff of the fruits to come in the summer, just to give it a solar tang. A pinch of borage, and drop of carrot but mostly blessed lemon and smooth sweetness.
Water Witch- aquatic, salt, jasmine, mandarin, rosehip, an underlying hint of animalic essences
Wings of an Angel- This is the evolution of the much loved, but discontinued Scent of Angels, and in many ways it is superior. Hawthorn, white musk, a touch of ethereal mintiness, gorgeous regal vanilla Bourbon. An instant classic.
Wraith- A tremendously alluring blend, more like the kind of lover you want but could never catch. Six musks blended together in a way which is frosting for the heart and soul. Primal and honey filled with a hint of cake, yet thoroughly modern and slinky.
Zombie- You really need a big dose of toasted marshmallow and oude, a bit of burnt stick, and the unmistakable fragrance of the crisp autumn air. The obvious combination, wouldn’t you say? Resinous and foody at the same time. Smoky sticky fun.
Feather Down- This is the real pairing of a breathtaking Bulgarian lavender which is full of coumarin and so it smells delightfully vanilla-like on its own. However if you pair it with a truly otherworldly beautiful aged vanilla essential oil, the combination is angelic.
Handkerchief Water- A large start of lime and amber combined with heady herbal and unexpressed passions makes for a sublime delight. Characteristics: foody, invigorating, scent locket, home scent, unisex, sophisticated, natural, cooling, summer scent..
Hearts and Flowers- The natural lovey scent! Real cocoa and real Bulgarian rose make love to each other with the intervention of several angelic other ingredients…just like true love! Characteristics: foody, chocolate, floral, scent locket, home scent, natural.
Hothouse- Hothouse is a rampaging animalic scent without a trace of real animal ingredients. Think that plants are pansies? Wrong. Ylang ylang gets busy with jasmine and the room instantly becomes 10 degrees hotter. Unabashed, brash and bright, one of our naturals.
Juana the Mad Queen- A magnificent 100% natural, with a marvelous (non stinky) jasmine grandiflora, a charming Turkish rose, and Bourbon Vanilla kissed with a puff of Bergamot.
Lavender Girl- In this blend, the famous lavender of Possets is put with a kiss of its cousin, mint. The combination is exhilarating and yet calming at the same time. This one never cloys and is always fresh and new.
Nausicaa- Sicilian Lemon, U.S. Grapefruit, Italian Orange, Chinese Peppermint, Australian Tea Tree, Brazilian Rosewood, Kenyan Muhuhu.
Paisley- Among the wonders were the most beautiful shawls woven with the paisley pattern. Not only were these prized for the beauty of the cloth, but they were heavily scented with patchouli which kept the moths from worrying them. There were other things which were part of the fragrance of paisley shawls: the wood in which the garments traveled and were stored, the lovely smells of other fragrant things from the East. Paisley tries to capture the fantasy of what an Indian shawl would smell like when first unfurled after its long and perilous sea trip, and given as a token of love and gratitude by the ship’s captain.
Phaeacia- Texas Cedarwood, Bulgarian Lavender, Sicilian Lemon, Indonesian Dark Patchouli, French Coriander.
The Observatory- sophisticated, dry, unisex. Italian Bergamot, Bulgarian Lavender, Himalayan Amber, Serbian Oakmoss.
Triskelion- Basil, lime, blood orange, and a perfectly glorious amber.