Like golden light through a window pane, Quercus is a clarifying force. Shining through and into the darkness, this fragrance illuminates, any day, any time.
Lemon and lime interweave, pure pops of sheer, tart intensity that wax and wane between floral and verdant. Mandarin is a searing searchlight that causes bergamot to burst and release its tangy sweetness. As these citrus fruits meld, they generate a super natural form of sunlight that opens doors with a simple flash of its smile.
Jasmine instantly blooms when kissed by this citric sun, revealing a jammy, creamy interior. Far from more indolic incarnations, this jasmine is buoyant and youthful. Similarly, lily of the valley is vivacious, a verdant illustration of itself, far from more traditional, austere iterations. These white flowers are soft and touchable, expressing regeneration.
Cardamom sparkles, it`s cool-hot dichotomy the perfect accent to the stunning florals, while edging Quercus in a slightly darker direction: illustrating the shadow spaces that exist at the periphery of its citric luminescence, oakmoss offers a cool sensation, its satin, rich texture akin to satin, fingered in total darkness.
Sandalwood is a powder that floats through the air, a misty green vapor that tickles our spines, while chlorophyll-filled galbanum glows in the dim. Musk is a downy creature close by, unthreatening but enigmatic. Amber is a relic of the sea, barely felt, but definitively present, just below the surface of this scent.
Named after the Latin word for British Oak, Quercus resembles a long walk in crisp woods, as full of slanting spears of golden light as it is of unlit spaces--and personal revelations. Subtle yet invigorating, this androgynous cologne is eternally elegant and intriguing.
Notes: Lemon, Lime, Mandarin, Bergamot, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Cardamom, Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Galbanum, Musk, Amber.
Alcohol Denat., Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Limonene, Linalool, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Geraniol, Coumarin, Citral