Family: Aromatic fougere
Perfumer: John Biebel
Notes: Lavender, green leaves, moss, pink pepper, lavandin, champa leaf, ivy, elemi, fir cone, hay, oak wood, cashmere, vetiver, musk
Not exactly your classic fougere. Inspired by the imaginative works of the medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch, Eiderantler defies structural etiquette with an intentionally exaggerated, yet perfectly fitting, green quality.
Bright, clean and uplifting with a noticeably sweet undercurrent, Eiderantler paints a mental escape to some mythical land that's always happy and perfect, with hillsides covered in grass and lavender. In this extraordinary place sits a crumbling building of orange brick that reveals a central courtyard, walls choking with vines of cool ivy and fragrant herbs pushing up from the cracks in its stone paths. A large flowering tree with enormous, glossy, dark green leaves seems like the perfect place to rest one's head, while the sweet scent of its resins entices weary visitors into sun-warmed slumber.
Modern, unisex, totally green and totally wearable.