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  • AER AER - No. 02: CADE + FRANKINCENSE - Parfum
  • AER AER - No. 02: CADE + FRANKINCENSE - Parfum
  • AER AER - No. 02: CADE + FRANKINCENSE - Parfum

AER - No. 02: CADE + FRANKINCENSE - Parfum

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AER - No. 02: CADE + FRANKINCENSE - Parfum

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A smokey, layered perfume built around a fiery centre of spicy French cade wood from France’s last cade hand distillery. Precious oils extracted from burnt frankincense offer more smoke along with their sacred incense notes. Elegance and softness comes from Turkish rose absolute.

They then added beautiful sweet honey notes from guaiac wood and a rare Madagascan vanilla at the base.

... notes

cade wood, Turkish rose, burnt frankincense, Madagascar Vanilla, Java vetiver, guaiac wood

... nose

Ted Young-Ing

... characteristics

AER Scents are 100% botanical, vegan and free from synthetics and preservatives. All their perfumes are high-concentration Parfum, and are handblended and handfilled at their Atelier in Berlin.

... ingredients

Alcohol (Ethanol), Aqua (Water), Juniperus oxycedrus l. (Cade) wood oil, Boswellia carteri birdw. & Boswellia serrata (Frankincense) oils, Rosa damascena mill. (Rose) flower absolute & extract, Juniperus oxycedrus l. (Cade) tar oil, Ilex paraguariensis st. hil. (Yerba Maté) absolute, Pogostemon cablin (Patchouli) oil, Guaiacum sanctum l. (Guaiac Wood) gum oil1, Commiphora myrrha (Myhhr) resinoid, Vanilla planifolia (Vanilla) bean extract, Pelargonium graveolens (Geranium) extract, Cymbopogon martini roxb. stapf. (Palmarosa) oil & extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Salvia rosmarinus (Rosemary) extract.

incense / leather / smoky / woody
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