Description

I'm proud to present Eau de The, a special offering for the 2019 Carolina Wetshavers Meet-Up.

After brainstorming with David, we used one of his favorite beverages, a matcha green tea lemon drop, as a starting point and then I took a left turn at Albuquerque. I decided to ditch the lemon and use bergamot as our opening citrus. I kept a tiny pinch of ginger behind it over a green and black tea accord. I'm known for not being able to keep things simple when my mind gets going. So, we wound up with some aldehydes, some orris root, and a blend of aquatic, green, grassy, ozonic notes in the heart. I finished out the base with some warm musks, woods, and a kiss of incense.

The final result is a fresh, semi aquatic, tea scent that will keep you sniffing through the layers.

Ingredients

stearic acid, water, coconut oil, potassium hydroxide, shea butter, fragrance, sodium hydroxide, jojoba oil, sodium lactate, glycerin

Description

I'm proud to present Eau de The, a special offering for the 2019 Carolina Wetshavers Meet-Up.

After brainstorming with David, we used one of his favorite beverages, a matcha green tea lemon drop, as a starting point and then I took a left turn at Albuquerque. I decided to ditch the lemon and use bergamot as our opening citrus. I kept a tiny pinch of ginger behind it over a green and black tea accord. I'm known for not being able to keep things simple when my mind gets going. So, we wound up with some aldehydes, some orris root, and a blend of aquatic, green, grassy, ozonic notes in the heart. I finished out the base with some warm musks, woods, and a kiss of incense.

The final result is a fresh, semi aquatic, tea scent that will keep you sniffing through the layers.

Ingredients

alcohol denat (SDA-40B), distilled water, sorbitol, fragrance, white willow bark(salix alba) extract, chamomile (matricaria recutita) extract, allantoin

Description

I'm proud to present Eau de The, a special offering for the 2019 Carolina Wetshavers Meet-Up.

After brainstorming with David, we used one of his favorite beverages, a matcha green tea lemon drop, as a starting point and then I took a left turn at Albuquerque. I decided to ditch the lemon and use bergamot as our opening citrus. I kept a tiny pinch of ginger behind it over a green and black tea accord. I'm known for not being able to keep things simple when my mind gets going. So, we wound up with some aldehydes, some orris root, and a blend of aquatic, green, grassy, ozonic notes in the heart. I finished out the base with some warm musks, woods, and a kiss of incense.

The final result is a fresh, semi aquatic, tea scent that will keep you sniffing through the layers.

Ingredients

Alcohol Denat (SDA-40B), Fragrance