Responsibly sourced & harvested in Western Australia. Our Santalum album is cultivated by farmers that focus on the local community. Sought after for its warmth and tenacity, the distilled sandalwood oil brings a roundness with a long-lasting, distinctive creamy, dry, and woody signature to the fragrance.
    Responsibly extracted from the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis tree grown in Sri Lanka by small-scale farmers. The Black Tea leaves naturally offer a rich odor profile with sweet herbaceous notes that help in adding depth and a woody dry down to the fragrance.
    During a five-week blooming season in May in Grasse, France, rose farmers hand-pick the inmitable Rose centifolia early in the morning and bring them back in burlap sacks to be extracted daily. This rose extract provides a deep, embracing scent with a sweet roundness and subtle honey-like notes.
    Responsibly sourced, Bergamote comes from the peel of the fruit of a special citrus tree that grows in the southern part of Calabria, Italy. This region is known to preserve and produce the highest quality of bergamote due to its unique local weather and soil particularities. It brings a sparkling transparency, lifting zest, and fresh top notes that brighten fragrances.
    Tonka Beans are from the seeds of the flowering Dipteryx odorata tree that is native to Central and South America. They naturally carry highly distinctive warm almond and vanilla notes that offer a profound richness to the fragrance.
    Harvested in the Balkan & Adriatic mountainous regions, known for the quality of their Juniper Oil production. Collected in the autumn from the evergreen shrub, the ripe berries, or baie, provide a fresh, woody-coniferous aroma to fragrance.
    Cultivated in Paraguay in an area known for its sunny climate and optimal conditions for growing citrus. From October to March, the leaves and immature fruits of the Citrus aurantium amara are picked and trimmed by local farmers. It is a traditional custom to trim the smaller fruit (or little grains) to allow larger ones to grow. Petitgrain Essential Oil brings green floral, bitter orange notes to a fragrance.
    Harvested by farmers in Northern Africa in April, Neroli Essential Oil is distilled from the delicate orange blossom flowers from the Bigaradier tree. The flowers are extracted within the same day to preserve the fresh orange blossom and green notes.
    Harvested by farming communities in Madagscar, Vanilla planifolia fruit extract adds sweet vanillin, woody, and creamy notes to the fragrance.
    Tuberose flowers are cultivated and hand harvested in India, where the buds and flowers are arranged into the garlands traditionally used for local ceremonies. The buds are allowed to bloom before extraction. Tuberose adds a warm, powerful, and creamy white floral to fragrance.
    Cedarwood sawdust left over from furniture making in Virginia is reclaimed for use as an essential oil in fine fragrance. Cedarwood provides woody, warm nostalgic notes that are a touch ambery.
    Ylang ylang from the Cananga odorata, a large tropical tree with long-petaled fluttering yellow flowers, is grown in the Indian Ocean Islands. To ensure the peak olfactive quality, these flowers are picked when they reach a bright yellow color. Ylang ylang adds a warm rich floral spiciness to fragrances.
    Smoky and sweet, the herbaceous scent of tobacco is captured through specialized head space technology, which allows the volatile molecules of tobacco to be captured and replicated without extracting the crop itself. Tobacco brings warmth and depth to fragrances.
    Gaiacwood grows wildly in the tropical regions of Paraguay. The wood is distilled and decanted to obtain the gaiacwood essential oils that provide fragrances with woody spicy and balsamic notes.