Head notes: Bergamot, Basil.
Heart notes: Rosewood, Aged Vanilla.
Base notes: Cedarwood, Vetiver, Peru Balsam.
"Old Library" is an olfactory tribute to the mystical and enigmatic world of Umberto Eco's "The Name of the Rose." This fragrance transports you to the medieval monastery library depicted in the novel, a labyrinth of dark secrets, manuscript treasures, and wooden bookshelves that hold the weight of centuries of knowledge. The scent captures the essence of old dusty books with fragile pages, imbued with the aroma of the wooden shelves they have rested on for generations.
At the beginning of this olfactory journey, the head notes of bergamot and basil entice your senses with their refreshing and aromatic embrace. Bergamot's citrusy brightness intertwines with the herbal and earthy tones of basil, evoking the allure of the natural surroundings of the monastery hills where the monks grow their fragrant herbs.
As the scent delves deeper, the heart notes of rosewood and aged vanilla create a harmonious and elegant bouquet. Rosewood's warm and woody charm mingles with vanilla's sweetness, conjuring the image of ancient manuscripts filled with wisdom and narratives waiting to be explored.
Cedarwood bestows a sense of warmth and embraces woody notes, mirroring the sturdy wooden bookshelves that hold the weight of knowledge within the library. Vetiver adds an earthy and smoky quality, evoking the labyrinthine secret passages that shroud the library in mystery. Peru balsam completes the base, exuding an ancient allure akin to the scent of herbs grown on the monastery hills, spreading their rich aroma throughout the area.
Carrier: Jojoba oil.
Natural Fragrance: essential oils & studio-produced plant extracts.
Alcohol, phthalate, paraben, water, and gluten-free.
All of our perfumes are IFRA-compliant.
Not tested on animals.
Do not use any of the fragrances while pregnant or nursing.
Do not consume.
Always keep fragrances away from children and pets.
- 100% Cruelty-Free
- 95-100% Natural
- 100% Handcrafted