The fragrance of a mythical flower that makes everyone ecstatically happy. Absinthe and lily notes, with herbs, woods and mushrooms. If you're a member of our Facebook Group you can read the mystery story Sarah wrote about it here. It's stupidly expensive to make; we just thank goodness that it's such a weird herbal iris that hardly anyone buys it. We made it with accords of forest floor, flowers and intoxicants: mushrooms, black pepper, hemp, tobacco and tea.
Perfume Dialect: floral
Top Notes: lily, absinthe, rose, lemon petitgrain
Heart Notes: jasmine tea, rose geranium, intoxication, celery, linden blossom
Base Notes: black pepper, orris, carrot, mushroom, hemp
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Citronellol, Hydroxycitronnellal, Benzyl Salicylate, Geraniol, Limonene, Citral, Linalool, Evernia Furfuraceae (Tree Moss) Extract, Eugenol, Hazelnut Extract (Corylus)
Flora Psychedelica is no joke my favorite floral in ages... it’s so light and transparent it wears like an effect. You don’t notice its notes; instead, you feel their results on the back of your neck. To give you an idea of how good—and mellow—Flora Psychedelica is, I got *two* compliments on it while at work, and one of them came from my Scent Scentsitive Coworker.
It’s a quiet calm scent with a delicate floral and herbal hum. It makes me think of fresh mountain air. Love it and added bonus so does my partner.