A cool breeze billows in through an open window, bringing in the fresh scent of sheets drying in the sun.
Perfect for adding a luxurious touch to a living room, and an excuse to put your feet up.
“I took a trip to New Orleans in the late spring. The Southern magnolias were in full bloom, and the air was uncharacteristically cool and crisp. As I wandered home (after a few drinks in the Marigny) the scent of night blooming jasmine filled the air.”
“I recall a recent holiday where I woke up to a bright, blue-sky morning peeping through the blinds. The wind kicked a light breeze through the open window, and I lay there still and perfectly content. Wrapped up in soft, fresh sheets and all day to do nothing.”
Available to subscribers in May 2024
Magnolia Oil: A remarkable and rarely used essential oil with citrus, aromatic, woody and almost chocolatey facets.
Cotton: An aldehydic note emitted when clean sheets dry in the sun.
Clary Sage: Herbaceous note that brings a hint of garden, with lavender and leather nuances.
Green Leaves: These green and fresh notes help the fragrance feel crisp and sharp.
Jasmine: Wonderful floral note with deeper animalic facets that give it some darkness.
Cardamom: This spicy, resinous, and aromatic note brings a hint of sweetness to balance out the profile.
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The Seasonal Subscription
Our most popular subscription option, the Seasonal Scent, features a unique, nature-inspired scent each month.
The Seasonal Scent is only available to subscribers during the month it is featured. At the end of the month, subscribers have an opportunity to stock up on the Seasonal Scent, before it is made available to our newsletter readers.
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Cotton Magnolia will be the Seasonal Scent of May 2024.
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