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Updated: Jun 11, 2018

Leather, along with its myriad of practical uses throughout history, was one of the very first fragrances employed by the #perfume industry, appearing in custom when King George III (in the 18th century) first wore it as gloves, and later per his demand as a body spray.

Softer and more feminine leather flavours are usually bathed in #flowery tones, whereas the more masculine types might employ #Cedarwood or #Vetiver.

Leather—raw skin which has been through the tanning process— that isn’t fused with other scents is known to have a strong scent, often overpowering. When bonded right, however, it can be sweet, spicy or unctuous.

We use #Leather in our Blood Plum & Leather fragrance...thoroughly enjoying its relationship with the flavours of Blood Plum, Oak Moss, Pine Needles, Rosewood, Vetiver, Vanilla & Raspberry.



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