A collection of fragrances which were almost launched, and editions which were perhaps not meant to happen
2020 The Year of the Sugar Mouse
The scent of cinder toffee sprinked with saffron and blood orange. An adaptation of a scent we made earlier, named in honour of the Year of the Mouse (the west tends to translate it as rat, but in Japan it's mouse so we're going with that).
My Lovely Horse
This is the last of the fragrances I made a couple of years ago, as an uncomlicated but definitive leather, on an amber woods background, for a fragrance profiling company which then disappeared. Fortunately it means that we've been able to customise them slightly, and put them in the Mods sales. We named it My Lovely Horse after Father Ted and Father Dougal's Eurovision entry - Google if you've no clue what we're talking about - because it smells a little like a nicely polished saddle.
It's not made from leather, we used the traditional material iso-butyl quinoline, responsible for all the vintage leather aromas from the late 1800s onwards.
When Centrpiece accidentally had a dose of The Darkest Bloom V1 filtered into it, so in addition to the deep musk and white flowers, it gets osmanthus, narcissus, fruity davana and deep beautiful resins. There isn't much, because Nick stopped quickly when he realised what he was doing. We all love it though.
Smoky Midnight Parfum
An absolutely ridiculous bargain. Midnight in the Palace Garden but made with a particularly smoky natural sandalwood. It's lovely but just a little too different from the previous batches to go under the same name.
All the lovely musks.
30ml bottles of eau de parfum and parfum at a super bargain price.