Eau de Toilette
Conjuring the rock ‘n’ roll stage presence of Robert Plant and his love-filled voice in this song in particular. Jimmy Page’s intensely talented hold on the guitar… and a hint of booze.
Opens with a simple citrus blend. As the crowd ventures closer to the stage, Plant starts to sing… The bright boozy, 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.Fragrance Notes
Hard rock, blues rock & folk rock
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