Up the Apples & Pears

Eau de Parfum

An unusual fragrance that evokes our idea of the scent of a London pub in 1933; apple pie, pear syllabub, gin, beer,       roll-ups, wooden floor and bread rolls. Up the Apples & Pears also has its own mystery story, set in 1933, which you can download from our Facebook group 4160Tuesdays News. The YouTube vlog Maximilian Knows named this the most daring scent. Number one in Max's top ten daring scents. It has a very small number of superfans, so we'll keep on making it.









In perfumers’ terms, Sunshine and Pancakes is difficult to define as there’s nothing else quite like it. It might be an amber fragrance, with its benzoin and vanilla base; it’s soft but not that sweet. It has a heart of rosewood, Australian sandalwood and jasmine, to capture the scent of warm skin. 

Then the pancakes: lemon and orange and real honey absolute for a fresh, tasty top note that makes you lick your lips. So perhaps it’s a gourmand – a scent that smells of tasty food - but the pancake bit is quite subtle – plus they are British pancakes, the sort with no sugar in the batter. Oh who are we kidding? Really it’s all about warm bodies. We pretend it’s about pancakes, but it’s about the sensuality of bare sunkissed skin. 

Perfumery Dialect: woody citrus gourmand

Top Notes: lemon, orange

Heart Notes: Australian sandalwood, rosewood, jasmine

Base Notes: vanilla, honey, musk, benzoin

Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Limonene, Linalool, Citronellol, Geraniol, Farnesol, Citral, Benzyl Benzoate.