RUNDHOLZ SAMPLE PERFUME 14 FEB 1912
RUNDHOLZ SAMPLE PERFUME FEB 14 1912
75% alcohol, 25% oil
Warm and cool, sharp and milky, rooty and bright, Feb.14, 1912 is a study in rich contrasts. Opening with a rich, bittersweet burst of citrus cut with deep aromatic notes of star anise, fennel, and licorice, the scent soon reveals a deep, rich iris note, waxy, rooty and so smoothly earthy as to almost be papyrus-like. A distinctive milk note softens the dryness of the florals, adding comfort and contrast. And in place of the incense that makes up the backbone of most Rundholz fragrances, here a distinguished, balsamic leather note plays that part, bridging the gap between the spicy, the creamy, the musky and the floral. Refined and understated, yet complex and deeply resonant, Feb.14, 1912 is unmistakably a Rundholz creation- and also unlike anything they've offered before.
Orange, bergamot, star anise, fennel, licorice, milk, iris, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, heliotrope, carnation, carrot seed, cedar, white musk, leather, tonka