Natural Perfume Sample Set // Choose Four or More - all natural and botanical


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jojoba oil, essential oils, plant extracts, coconut oil

Mini sample bottles filled with your choice of natural perfume:

Each vial contains at least 1 ml of perfume (comes in a 2.5 ml bottle that is a little less than half filled) and is good for about 6 applications.

Choose 4, 8, or ALL the following perfumes and list them in the "notes to seller" section when viewing your cart before checkout.

TASSEOMANCY: black tea, lapsang souchong, spices, milk, and honey.

PAPILLON DE NUIT: palo santo, botanical white musk accord, ambrette seed, white sandalwood.

VIOLET WOODS: crushed violet leaves and petals atop a base of softwoods.

GHOST PINE: earthy and rich, a foggy wet forest on an overcast day. Smells like pine needles, wet leaves, moss, and wood.

LUMEN NATURAE: honey, poplar buds, lemon verbena, tomato leaf.

SPIRITUUM: sacred galbanum, patchouli, cannabis, oakmoss

L'ALCHIMIE: blood orange, vanilla, rosemary, black pepper, and sweet resins.

DAGGER MOON: dense woodlands, ruh khus, juniper berry, palo santo, coffee, and nutmeg.

FERN AND MOSS: fresh, green, uplifting with lavender, basil, pink grapefruit, green herbs, and dark moss.

CUIR FÉTICHE: botanical leather notes with agarwood, saffron, and incense.

L'ÉTRANGER: vanilla, whiskey, oak barrels, cedar, and tobacco, with hints of smoky pine wood.

FROST FLOWERS: black currants and dark florals, with hints of cool minty notes and icy fir trees.

BLACK SEA: a botanical ambergris blend with hints of wood, burnt sea shells, musk, cedar, coconut, oakmoss, and sandalwood.

MOURNING RITUAL: church incense, dead roses, black velvet, and powdered resins.

NUIT DÉSERT: cedar leaf, smoke, and jasmine.


Sample choices should be written in the notes to seller section at checkout, however if you choose to leave the section blank then samples will be chosen for you. If you have any trouble please do not hesitate to write us: info [!at]

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April Lea

April Lea

Montreal, Canada

Natural perfume first and foremost is art to be smelled. It's raw materials are the plant essences that have been used since ancient times for pleasure, ritual, and romance. These plant essences are distilled and extracted from flowers, herbs, leaves and grasses, spices, roots, gums and balsams, wood, and citrus. They possess a compressed vitality that can potently affect our emotions and state of consciousness. They contain a vibrant spiritual energy and inherent life force obtained from the plant life they are made from.
The earliest perfumery discovered was on the island of Cyprus and dates back over 4000 years. These perfumes were made of natural materials in a base of oil and kept in clay pots with their contents dabbed and rubbed onto the skin. Ancients saw perfume as a high art and a religious sacrament. Kyphi an ancient Egyptian incense and perfume was considered the 'sweat of the gods' and it's creation and formulation was top secret and clouded in mystery.
It was only less than a mere century ago that synthetics were used in the construction of perfumes. Nowadays most perfumes are composed of 98% synthetic material and lack the rich complexity and concentrated life force found in a natural perfume.
Natural perfumes evolve on the skin as they interact with the chemistry of the wearer and slowly evaporate into the air. They typically last 4-6 hours but can vary person to person. Citrus perfumes and those light by nature will evaporate faster than a heavy, base-rich perfume composed of mostly resins and woods.
Natural perfumes will evolve over time, with each note giving way to the next; contrary to the one note persistent synthetic based perfumes which contain chemical fixatives making the perfumes stick often for days and loudly announcing their presence.
I firmly believe that scent does not have a gender. Throughout history a perfume was simply a perfume, not a men’s perfume or a woman’s perfume. Men doused and bathed in florals and scents that today would be considered overly feminine. Only in the 20th century did dividing perfumes into gender categories begin, and this was purely a marketing strategy. Personally, I gravitate towards so called ‘masculine’ scents such as: woods, moss, pine and forest notes. I say if you love a perfume then don’t let the boundaries stop you and simply trust your nose.
The Eau de Parfums offered are made using traditional French perfumery techniques and are composed of hand-made tinctures of aromatic resins and plant extracts in a base of pure alcohol. The alcohol base allows them to be sprayed on the body liberally. They are made at a 10-15% dilution.
The Parfum Botanique line is composed of oil based roll-on perfumes that one may use to anoint themselves with. These concentrated oils are made with pure essential oils and plant extracts in a base of jojoba and fractionated coconut oil. They are made at a 15-20% strength.
Parfum Crème is an oil and wax based perfume balm. These tend to be more intimate scents that stay close to the skin. They are composed of floral waxes, plant infusions, and essential oils. They are made at a 20-25% strength.

Sample sets of each perfume type are available so customers can explore and find their preferred scent ritual before purchasing a full-size product.
The longevity of a perfume has more to do with the overall composition of the essences rather than the carrier in which the blend is contained. As previously stated, lighter more volatile oils (such as citrus and needle oils) will evaporate faster contrary to the heavier resin, root, and wood based essences which can often last all day.
The special black amethyst glass we use will protect and extend the life of our perfumes making them last for years. However, perfumes should still be kept away from direct heat or light and you should avoid subjecting them to drastic change in temperatures. Eau de parfum should be stored with the cap on tight when not in use so as to avoid unnecessary evaporation. The bottles with puffer sprays come with an additional cap for this purpose.
When evaluating a perfume remember, waft don't draft; Wave the bottle under your nose rather than inhaling it in one long draft. Continue by evaluating the scent on a perfume blotter or directly on the skin. You will never be able to experience the full spectrum of a perfume simply by smelling it straight from the bottle. Dab a small amount onto pulse points such as wrists, inner elbow, or décolletage. Allow the scent to air dry and absorb naturally. Never rub the scent into the skin or rub wrists together as this produces heat that actually makes the scent evaporate more quickly and essentially disappear faster. Repeat the ritual throughout the day.


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