Family: Oriental woody
Perfumer: John Biebel
Notes: Cedar, rose, geranium, ginger, rose, patchouli, amber, castoreum, tonkin musk, mushroom, honey, henna, basil
Dark and richly earthy, Burvuvu could be the scent of Middle Earth. Featuring a blend of three varieties of cedar (Texas, Canadian white, and red) the scent of damp, rotting wood is perfectly supported by the gentle sweetness of amber and honey. Fresh ginger root lends the feeling of something slightly unsettling. Perhaps fear of the unknown? Something unfamiliar and distant. We believe that Burvuvu is the perfumer's most thought-provoking work to date.