Eau de parfum, 100ml

May 1646,Wuyi Mountains, Fujian

Evoking the traditional smoking of tea leaves in ancient China, Indigo Smoke is an aromatic landscape of narrow serpentine rivers, blue mountains and incense-filled temples condensed into a complex formula of black tea, woody notes and incense. Rich, sophisticated and long-lasting. With notes of lapsang souchong tea, mandarin orange, apricot, guaiac wood, incense and pine tar

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For centuries, diligent monks in the Wuyi Mountains have grown tea and indigo plants in neatly terraced plantations. In 1646, their monasteries were attacked by Qing soldiers from the north. As the monks were forced to flee, they smoked batches of tea leaves over pinewood fire to preserve their crops.

This would become the smoky lapsang souchong tea. Mixing with the fresh mountain air and the incense from nearby shrines, the intoxicating plumes of indigo smoke captured the colors of the Wuyi Mountains and their dramatic river narrows.

TOP: Bergamot, Mandarin orange oil, Lapsang souchong accord, Vetiver

HEART: Apricot accord, Cassia oil, Carrot seed oil, Gaiac wood

BASE: Maté tea absolute, Cedar leaf oil, Pine tar, Incense

COMPOSITION: Bergamot, bigarade orange oil, lapsang souchong accord, vetiver, apricot accord, cassia oil, carrot seed oil, gaiac wood, vanilla absolute, maté tea absolute, cedar leaf oil, pine tar and incense.

Perfumer: Calice Becker

Type of fragrance
Eaux de parfum
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