I’m on a Fall break with the shopping cart temporarily closed. We’ve been open without a break since November 2015, so it’s time for me to catch up on some things. You’ll notice that there are no “Add To Cart” buttons on the purchasing pages, but those buttons will return after the break.
Please send me an email if you need something for a gift, or of you have a gift certificate that you want to use, or if you are an international customer and want to time a package to arrive while you are visiting the USA (I will take care of those orders – I can send you a PayPal invoice if you tell me what you’d like). Meantime, I will update here for the re-opening, and I will post updates on my blog. I’ll still be here, so you can always reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. ☺
Our newest scent, Equestrian, is a blend of apple, hay, leather, and woods. Notes are apple, grass, hay, leather, jasmine sambac, violet, labdanum absolute, Virginia cedar, natural oakmoss absolute, patchouli, New Caledonia sandalwood, benzoin.
Our previous newest scent, Pacific Forest, is a woodsy, earthy, ambery fragrance reminiscent of a forest. It is the 99% natural alternative to the mixed media Forest Walk. Notes are fir balsam, hemlock spruce absolute, clove bud absolute, western red cedar, Virginia cedar, Texas cedar, pine & cedar codistillation, New Caledonia sandalwood absolute, frankincense, labdanum, oakmoss absolute, oakwood CO2, patchouli, earthy notes, natural heliotrope isolate, natural violet ionone isolate, benzoin absolute, cocoa absolute, vanilla.
The last three releases:
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