Reminiscent of a hike in the mountains in the fall, and stopping at a wooden refuge for a break. Capturing the sights of waterfalls, dried leaves, wet stones, moss, and colorful trees.
Perfect for bedrooms, fire sides, and those who aren't afraid of something deep, dark and mysterious.
“Driving upstate to Vermont to venture into the wilderness. It's amazing how quickly you feel a connection with nature again once you leave the city. The leaves rustling in the wind and that familiar smell of pine”
“Sitting around a campfire, telling stories, eating and drinking. The crackling wood and heat of the fire are a perfect backdrop to an evening spent in the wild.”
Cade Juniper: Dry mediterranean wilderness, brings a “smoky”fireplace-like aspect.
Cedar Wood: Woody, dry, reminiscent of a pencil tip, fresh wood shavings, and slightly ambery.
Wet Moss: Brings some soft dampness, earthiness, and greenness to balance out some of the drier aspects of the fragrance.
Nutmeg: The South East Asian spice adds powdery and spicy aspects that help bring out some of the lower dark notes.
Guaiac Wood: Coming from the Palo Santo tree, this exotic wood note has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting an almost holy smokiness.
Burnt Pine: These little guys bring a fresh spiciness that gives an uplifting sensation, and a sense of “the great outdoors”.