Vanilla Hinoki: Formulated with a woodsy, smoky vanilla found only in Morocco, and blended with Hinoki, a storied cypress used to build palaces, temples and shrines. Vanilla Hinoki takes a welcomed departure from the typical cloying nature of this popular gourmand.
notes: Bergamot, hinoki, lavender, leather, patchouli, amyris, cedarwood
Geisha Marron: Brown (marron, in French) is surely the most under-served color in all of perfumery. More than any other, it evokes the musty scent of succulent over-ripeness, of sweetness that dares to skirt the edge of seductive decay. Geisha Marron also gives a nod to French perfumery in its use of quintessential French ingredients; muguet, which joins forces with white Japanese magnolia and white chestnut blossom.
notes: grapefruit, mandarin, bergamot, muguet, japanese magnolia, chestnut blossom (white flower)
Geisha Noire: The aromas of an exotic bazaar, the air heavy with spices but grounded in the soothing notes of amber and sweet tonka bean. The danger of a femme fatale; the intrigue of film noir...
notes: black amber, sandalwood, tonka bean
Geisha O-cha: Spiked with the clean crisp flavors of green tea and the revitalizing notes of sweet orange, o-cha is mellowed and feminized with the addition of bois de rose of vanilla. This is a scent of vital serenity.
notes: Japanese green tea, sweet orange, and clary sage, bois de rose, vanilla
Geisha Nobara-Cha: The breathtaking opulence of a rose in full bloom is fused with rich incense. Unforgettable and striking -- like a gorgeous floral arrangement that uses a familiar flower in a completely unexpected, yet perfect way. While this formulation still recalls an overgrown field of wild roses and retains all of its flavors, refreshing notes of geranium flower grounded in soothing amber in their original proportions gives this fragrance a new potency in the absence of alcohol. Subtle in spite of the intensity of its elements, Nobara-Cha is seductive and unique.
notes: rose, sandalwood, amber
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