Imagine a medieval monastery library from the novel "The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco - full of dark secrets, manuscript treasures, world knowledge, wooden bookshelves and labyrinths of secret passages... The monks in dark heavy clothes growing herbs on the monastery hills that spread its rich smell all over the area.
Or in case if you don't know that masterpiece of literature, the "Old Library" Perfume reminds of old dusty books with fragile pages, which soaked up the smell of the wooden bookshelves. You take one of those hundred-year-old books and get comfortable in the velvet armchair with a cup of hot and sweet tea with bergamot.
FRAGRANCE can be described as warm, deep, saturated, woodsy and powdery spicy-sweet (even a little "dusty").
The perfume consists only natural INGREDIENTS:
- Base: Almond/Grapeseed oil.
- Vegetable glycerin.
- A mix of 100% real essential oils.
• Head notes: Bergamot, Basil.
• Heart notes: Rose Tree, Cedar.
• Base notes: Vanilla, Vetiver, Peru Balsam.
Old Library Oil Perfume
Oil Perfume comes in an amber bottle with a roller in 5 and 12 ml volume, for longer preservation. The box is white with black styling. Ingredients are written inside on a special sheet. Inside the box, you can find real dried forest moss and rosebuds. Every box includes a peculiar description card as shown on the photos.