Lovely, Dark & Deep Set
Whitman – A curious fizzy sparkling white wine and chilly crisp apple blends with notes of candied raspberry!
Bronte – Top notes of shiny ripe notes of apple, lemon and ginger. Middle notes of figs, sticky caramel, and warm cinnamon lead to more earthy base notes; leaving you with romantic notes of coffee, and forest.
Poe – It’s a dark and warm mix of cinnamon, chipotle, cayenne, coffee beans, hot chocolate, nutmeg, cocoa, vanilla extract, and sugar. A dream within a dream!
Frost – This fresh, fruity fragrance is just the perfection of two roads of sweet and tart. It is a blend of essence of Mandarin, Orange and Verbena infused with Fresh Pumpkin, Bergamot and Granny Smith Apple; all wrapped in a soft veil of Vanilla, Neroli and Amber.
Keats – A scent of beauty and joy! Deep and sophisticated this fragrance blends melodies of rustic Amber with bold Parisian Lavender. Combined with these main scents is a mysterious Black Myrrh, dulcet vanilla Tonka bean, and a soft kiss of Egyptian Musk and clary sage.
Promises To Keep Set
Family Game Night – Roll the dice with teeth crackling sugar over fresh apples!
Outdoor Picnic – Crisp autumn air becomes the basket in which notes of autumn spice, crisp apple, and candied apricot create a delightful fall memory.
Baking Cookies– Grab the mixing bowl and preheat the oven! This is a sweet and yummy fragrance that contains rich caramel and buttercream notes, but what makes this fragrance stand out from other delicious-baked-good scents is the hint of Nutmeg and Praline!
Raking Leaves – Make a pile! With a top note of outdoorsy fall citrus, followed by a middle notes of orchards and winding down to peppermint and cloves.
Mountain Pass – This fragrance is sweet, tart, fresh and delicious! Grapefruit, Lime and Orange are the top citrus notes toned down by Cranberry, Cinnamon, Jasmine and Leafy Greens. Raspberry, Musk and Vanilla are the base notes that wrap it all together. It’s like snuggling up in a blanket and letting the windows down while leaf watching through the mountains.
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