A modish, androgynous fragrance that`s inventive yet elegant. Tzora is a classic chypre, in an unconventional format.
Black currant bubbles at the outset of this fragrance, little pops of color afloat on a sea of spice and citrus. Clary sage is a power that`s dry and semi invisible, a vapor that buoys black currant even as it forms a floating backdrop for golden rivers of bergamot. Pepper rains down on this dystopian landscape, emblazoning it with a terse piquancy.
While these semi transparent notes begin to sizzle, flowers slowly begin to bloom beneath this shimmering top. Magnolia unfurls its long petals, a creamy, elegant entity that`s devoid of sweetness yet is ensconcing as the richest vanilla.
Osmanthus is a livelier bloom, full of apricot-like lushness. Jasmine releases its sweetest self, a tangy, fruity floral incarnation that lends Tzora a sense of play and delight.
Cedar wafts between these blossoms, weaving them neatly together, so that they hover just above a sparkling bed of vetiver, which mirrors pepper’s spice. Musk and moss absorb and synthesize the patchwork whole of Tzora, allowing this eau de parfum to sink effortlessly into skin.
A perfectly calibrated, unusual, dynamic fragrance, Tzora evokes an Israeli kibbutz of the same name, a place so beautiful it defines inspiration. This wild, natural romp through that beautiful landscape, the biblical home of Samson and Delilah is packaged in a glass bottle adorned with Fritz`s signature hand-knit design. Tzora is simply stunning.
Notes: Cassis, Clary Sage, Bergamot, Peruvian Pepper, Magnolia, Osmanthus, Jasmine, Cedarwood, Vetiver, Patchouli, Musk, Moss