EAU DE TOILETTE
A moment of live music in the 70s.
Conjuring the stage presence of Robert Plant, his love-filled voice and the essence of live rock ‘n’ roll. Jimmy Page’s intensely talented hold on the guitar… and a hint of booze.
Opens with a citrus blend. As the crowd ventures closer to the stage, Plant starts to sing… a note of davana drops, John Paul Jones, plays the mandolin… The crowd goes silent.
The psychedelic echo effect in the song contributes to the ripple effect of ingredients; guitar strings coincide with the wet metallic aspects of patchouli. The smokiness of Guaiacwood goes back and forth, enveloping the wearer and the listener with a shroud of mystery.
This perfume is patchouli forward with boozy and fruity notes and some smokiness.
Inspired by Led Zeppelin's 'Going to California' (1971)
Mixed-media with regulated aroma molecules and natural materials.
As a disclaimer, Robert Plant, Jimmy Paige, John Paul Jones and remaining members of Led Zeppelin do not endorse this or any other product made by Jazmin Saraï.