One of the leading global cities in the world, London is as financially and culturally progressive as it is visually enchanting. With famous landmarks such as: Buckingham Palace, Kew Gardens, and The London Eye, it’s hard not to be captivated by the old-world sophistication that is London, England.
A breathtaking walk along Southbank on a clear night, to an afternoon picnic in Hampstead Heath, to a swift but easy commute on the Underground Tube, London is like having a major city and countryside all rolled up into one culturally opulent grandeur. London is a city for lovers, artists, jokers, and rebels; and with each corner turned there’s a new sight to see whether you be tourist or resident.
Staying true to its roots, our scent screams UK with the lure of traditional Earl Grey tea leaves blended with fresh bergamot zest and sweet herbal notes, and lastly, topped off with an icy peppermint frost, just like those cool and brisk English nights.
Posh, politeness, and class aside, London is truly a fascinating and brilliant place that really leaves its mark on you. If even for a short visit you get the sense of loss whenever you leave this great city and that’s because of piece of you indefinitely stays behind when you go.
Love will never be forever, feelings are just like the weather
January to December, do you want to be a member?
Lonely Hearts Club…
Do you want to be with somebody like me?
Romantic yet sad, our Lonely Hearts Club is a sweet and sultry fusion of creamy vanilla and rich amber with undertones of sandalwood and musk. Complex, intriguing and sensual, it’s the fragrance that, like you, is the owner of a lonely heart.
You know the kind. She walks in and all eyes are on her. Full of sex appeal and confidence, everybody either wants to be with her or be her.
She sees you sitting there and comes in for the kill. You have no idea what kind of mess you’re in.
She’s a maneater and she’ll make you work hard (and spend hard) for her love. Her affection almost seems real and her passion sincere but its dollar signs per kiss until you’ve fallen hard. Countless men before you have tried to reign her in, but she’s the one holding all the cards.
Our version of a Maneater is sexy and romantic, with rich undertones of musk sweetened with precious amber and hints of vanilla. A lingering accent of cocoa bean creates a sensual twist for the scent, which lastly is topped off with jasmine blossoms.
And when she’s done she’ll chew you up and spit you out, making you wish that you’d never met her at all.
Masc 4 Masc. Str8-acting only. No fats or fems. No homos or queens. Muscular brah here. Be in shape with a six pack. No jelly bellies. No grandpas or geriatrics. No hairy or fur. Only attracted to built hairless generic white guys under 30 who are masculine. No exceptions. Sorry, just a preference.
I’m so masc btw. SO masc. Like crazy masc. I’m almost scared at how masc I am. Totes masc. My voice is super masc too, and so are all of my mannerisms. I even like my fragrances masc, like this one – a warm, masculine (duh!) fragrance that is both sensual as it is manly. Notes of citrus, bergamot, sea salt and amber wood round this masc fragrance nicely.
PS. MUST be MASC to message me.
Around about from Recluse Corner, to the Region of Hibernation, and up through the hills of Solitude Mountains, comes a peculiar little introvert. A Misanthrope, (which is a person with a deep dislike for humankind and avoids human society all together), loves their alone time. And that’s an understatement. A night of staying in and watching Netflix trumps going out to party with friends. Why wait online at the grocery store when there’s online shopping? Piles of books are more desirable than conversation. Hell, any task that can be done alone is way better than having to be around people.
Somber top notes of fresh mahogany, blood orange, and red pepper make up this scent, on a base of bourbon vanilla, golden amber, tonka bean, and sandalwood. It’s that perfect standalone fragrance when the company of a fellow human just won’t do. (Furry friends are welcome though!)
Misanthropes. We don’t hate people. We just feel better when they’re not around. 😉
“Misanthropy develops when one puts complete trust in somebody thinking the man absolutely true and sound and reliable and then a little later discovers him to be bad and unreliable … and when it happens to someone often … he ends up … hating everyone.” – Socrates
Not everyone wants a scent to cheer them up when they’re down. Sometimes you just want a little company at your pity party. We’ve got you covered. That’s what our Murky Dismal is here for.
It’s the diffuser that will sulk with you when you need it.
With top notes of Calabrian bergamot, black pepper, shaved cypress, and dark ozone, it’s an unusual foggy scent that smells like gray skies and sadness.
Gray, bleak, and gloomy, it’s the perfect companion for those dreary bad moods where no amount of cheering up will do, because sometimes, we aren’t feeling all-colors-of-the-rainbow-happy.
Sometimes we just want to paint it black.
Upside down world. What’s there isn’t really there. The space in between.
Inevitably negative, irresistibly interesting. The artistically relevant representation of a subject that doesn’t realize that they’re the subject.
Breezy tones of fresh ozone and bright orange oil highlight the blend of jasmine and lily in this fragrance, but the real stars of the show are the clean woodsy elements of cedar and pine with a hint of spice to counter balance the floral.
Paperback. Tomorrow’s generation won’t even know what a paperback is. Seriously. With inventions like Kindles, iPads, Tablets, and Smartphones, the idea of opening a bound book with hundreds of pages seems archaic.
But no, we haven’t forgotten you, Paperback. We haven’t forgotten you at all. We still care.
This isn’t an ordinary paperback, or some new edition like the kind you buy from Barnes & Noble. We wanted to create the scent that you get from an old, torn, stuffy book, something you would get from the library.
Yellowing pages, bent corners, creased covers, these are the paperbacks of yesteryear, and despite its appearance, the moment you flipped it open and inhaled that stale musty paper, it was like pure literary magic. For all you book-lovers out there – we bet you still smell and breathe in each book you crack open to read, ritually.
Rich Himalayan bamboo blended with a vanilla-hinted cedarwood, topped off with notes of driftwood and leather, it’s that calming nostalgia that only true old book enthusiasts could understand.
And for all you Tech people out there, wait 5 years. We’re certain your Kindles will never give off the same smell as our beloved old paperbacks.
Just like what the swarthy lumberjack would have smelled like, Paul Bunyan has the warm masculine aroma of smoked wood (oak and cedar to be exact!) charring upon an open fire pit.
Reminiscent of a freshly built log cabin made by Paul himself, this diffuser is a silent nod to the strong manly men who use their hands.
And you don’t even need to own any red flannel to enjoy it.
With an endearing and personal affection, Provincetown, Massachusetts is more than just a summer resort town, it’s a second home.
Each year, whether it be for a week, a month, or the whole summer, Provincetown (or P-town as it’s whimsically nicknamed by its locals), becomes home to thousands of people looking to get away from the chaotic shrills of the city and enjoy life at the calm sandy beach. Whether your thing is whale watching or bike riding or just taking in the sights, everywhere you go is a sensory palace.
The hundreds of peculiar little smells from a boisterous walk down Commercial Street to the delicious seafood aroma coming from The Lobster Pot. The spiky odor of alcohol from the nearby Tea Dance and the 1am stench of pizza that Spiritius conveniently sells. The scent of the warm ocean breeze while your toes curl the rocky sand to the clean and sterile smells of an art gallery, footsteps away.
Provincetown Nights offers you everything this quaint little coastal town should from the salty sea air to the crisp ocean waves. Notes of crisp ozone, salty sea spray, seaweed, sun-weathered driftwood, and a hint of water lily make up this invigorating fragrance. It’s a fresh modern take on ocean love and a quiet reminder of an eternal summer retreat.
A popular scent amongst the crowd, we are certain Bugs Bunny never had a diet quite like this. (and if he did, well then Bugs was a posh little stinker because this ain’t your grandmother’s iceberg lettuce).
Blends of peppery arugula, fresh cut grass, soothing bergamot, and a hint of green leaf make up this fresh earthy aroma.
A strong throw that will engulf any room with shades of green that’s sure to please even the pickiest of noses.
If you’re a child born of the 80s, as we are, there was always a Saturday morning ritual that you followed.
You got up around 7 or 8am (didn’t matter that it wasn’t a school day), and turned on the TV for your favorite cartoons. Maybe it was The Smurfs or Rainbow Brite, or maybe Gummi Bears was your thing, whichever your preference or channel, one thing remained the same: breakfast.
You got out your bowl and your favorite box of sugary fruity cereal and ate it in front of the television while reading the back of the box endlessly as if new information magically sprouted there from the last time you read it. This would go on every Saturday way until your teenage years.
Reminiscent of those days, we created Saturday Morning Cartoons, our take on that Saturday morning cereal ritual. Just like those classic fruit loops you loved as a kid, the scent has notes of lemon rinds, lime, and grapefruit, blended wonderfully with lily, verbena, and vanilla sugar, with just a hint of berry.
Who remembers waiting for Saved by the Bell to come on after your 3 hour cartoon block was over? Those were the days…