Scent Notes

Top Notes: The Beginning
The initial perception of a fragrance is primarily influenced by the top notes. These molecules are diminutive and have a tendency to evaporate rapidly. Fragrances with lighter, herbal, and citrus notes are frequently employed as top notes, with the intention of captivating and alluring the senses, before seamlessly transitioning into the more intense middle notes.
Middle Notes: The Core
Middle notes are frequently as heart notes due to their fundamental role in constituting the essence of the fragrance. These aromas are unveiled once the top notes have receded and typically constitute approximately 40-80% of the overall scent. More intricate than top notes, these fragrances are designed to captivate your attention and also serve as a buffer for more robust base notes.
Base Notes: The Lasting End
As opposed to the characteristics of top notes, which are commonly associated with being stimulating and revitalizing, base notes are frequently characterized as soothing. These fragrances consist of substantial, weighty molecules that contribute to the intricacy, and enduring impact.

Current Scent List

Clean Cotton-

Top: Cotton

Middle: Ozone, Jasmine Powder

Base: Musk


Top: Citrus, Dark Oak

Middle: Bergamot

Base: Bourbon

Flannel Nights-

Top: Bergamot

Middle: Mahogany

Base: Musk

 Lavender Fields-

Top: Lavender

Middle: Honey

Base: Floral

Mahogany & Teak-

Top: Fresh Lavender, Geranium

Middle: Mahogany

Base: Earthy Woods

Mint Eucalyptus-

Top: Mint

Middle: Eucalyptus

Base: Musk

Palo Santo-

Top: Cedarwood, Amber

Middle: Pine, Smoke, Earth

Base: Lemon Leaf, Cashmere, Incense Spice


Top: Green, Leafy, Wine

Middle: Rose, Guaiac Wood, Balsam

Base: Cedar, Amber, Vanilla, Musk

Stolen Hoodie-

Top: Greens, Fresh Mint

Middle: Apple, Peach, Jasmine

Base: Oakmoss, Musk

Whispered Petals-

Top: Pear, Berry

Middle: Spring Floral, Raspberry

Base: Wood, Musk