5. Wood / Smoulder

200g

5.00 out of 5

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A smoky blend of wood and leather

Cedarwood, guaiacwood and birch tar add intricacy
to this commanding smoky accord.
Hints of aged leather and sweet tobacco leaf
captivate with a mellow creaminess.
Warm amber gently weaves its way to the fore.

 

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2 reviews for 5. Wood / Smoulder

  1. Steve O’Callaghan (Verified Purchase)

  2. Martha Davies (Verified Purchase)

    Beautiful fragrance, love the glass and the shape. Very happy with this product.

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