Bohemian Lime – 100ML

This work is an ode to virtuosity, courage and power.
To create it I have journeyed back to the origins of perfume, to when it was created through smoke, from
the Latin “per fumum”. It’s the powerful magic created by burning the wood of agar, cedar and fir. A chord enriched with rose petals and seasoned with white jasmine flowers, like in a classic hookah, with the combined flavour of cassis, strawberry and apricot. There is a trace of Spanish leather at the heart of the
perfume, tanned with clove, cinnamon and artemisia so that it settles in the skin to give a pleasurable experience of the nobility of amber, the firmness of oakmoss and the sensuality of musk.

714.00 AED

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Notes:

Finger Lime, Coriander, Vetiver, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Tropical, Punchy, Citrusy, Woody

Goldfield & Banks Australia was founded in Sydney in 2016 by Belgian – French, Dimitri Weber. “Falling in love with Australia’s lush, aromatic and botanical beauty, its sweeping plains, turquoise fringed coast, ochre red interiors and harsh, dramatic landscapes – this world wandering fragrance artisan created Goldfield & Banks Australia to capture the fragrant essences of these stunning elements and let them become his tribute to the unique, lustrous and extraordinary beauty of the Australian continent. This quest to develop a botanical dream from a timeless land, Dimitri Weber has created a luxurious and precious collection of gender-free fragrances featuring exceptional pure and rare Australian essences and oils unexplored in modern perfumery. Combining centuries of French fragrance méthodologie, it is, quiet simply, a quest for the ultimate Australian olfactory experience.” – a note from the brand.Designer Goldfield & Banks Australia has 10 perfumes in our fragrance base. Goldfield & Banks Australia is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2016 and the newest is from 2021. Goldfield & Banks Australia fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Francois Merle-Baudoin, Givaudan and Wessel-Jan Kos.