A more-ish fusion of fruit, spice, woods and musks. Bergamot glows quietly, its subtle heat warming labdanum until it sends out great plumes of floral-sweet smoke. Saffron’s electric presence makes the floral aspects of labdanum bounce and pop, maintaining this burst of bloom amidst this arid landscape.
Cedar wafts across this desert, a sweet, unthreatening signal of fire that coincides with a drop in temperature, and the onset of a navy, star-studded evening. Geranium is glittering mound of sand, grains of stone glinting beneath moonlight. Guaiacwood is taut yet silken, a windy gust that whips across the dunes.
Patchouli is super color concentrated, a tangy, bright presence whose luminous intensity stands in stark contrast to the golden land below. Vanilla is soft, a becalming effect like a cool breeze. The musks that ground Miksdo speak subtly to the presence of humans or animals amidst this magical semi-stillness. A gorgeous lattice work of a fragrance, this musk is an invisible, yet powerful force.
(bergamot, labdanum, saffron, cedar, geranium, guaiacwood, patchouli, vanilla, enigmatic musks)