3 Unusual Fragrance Finds3 min read
From upcycled ingredients to scent infused with real pearls, this is our edit of unusual fragrance finds to try now.
French niche perfumery Etat Libre d’Orange is renowned for eccentric, bold scents, and we’re here for it. The brand’s latest release, I Am Trash Les Fleurs Du Dechet, uses previously discarded perfume ingredients, distilling them into an amazing fruity and woody composition.
Tart green apple and strawberry lead in the top notes, followed by rose and cedarwood for a woody, but fresh finish. Irresistible and thought-provoking, I Am Trash is a totally unique blend that wears well in every season.
Inspired by the ether used in hospitals as anesthetic, Aetheroxyde is a completely synthetic scent made using only the finest notes from the “molecular kitchen” of founder Nicolas Chabot.
Warning: lab coats required. Iso-E-Super and musky ambroxan give Aetheroxyde a hazy aromatic vibe cut through with a hint of sweetness. Futuristic and adventurous, with 4.5 star rating out of 5 on site now, Aetheroxyde is extremely popular with Scentbird’s fragrance lovers.
Mystic Pearl features is inspired by the essence of these deep-sea treasures all the way from Bali. So, what do the pearls of the South Seas smell like?
A heady floral bouquet mixed with coconut and spice, creating an exotic scent blend that you’ll wear again, and again and again…
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