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  • Andrea Maack CRAFT - Eau de Parfum
  • Andrea Maack CRAFT - Eau de Parfum
  • Andrea Maack CRAFT - Eau de Parfum
  • Andrea Maack CRAFT - Eau de Parfum

Andrea Maack CRAFT - Eau de Parfum


* Unit price: €3.100,00 / Liter Incl. tax

Invigorating incense and icy metal. The scent of a frozen lake.

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Sharp aldehydes and frozen metal give this fragrance a cool sophistication and a futuristic feel. Beneath the icy and metallic top note, a warm and woody heart waits to be thawed - a blend of resinous elemi, earthy patchouli and robust cedar. Elemi is an incense note with fresh citrus undertones and a hint of salt. The invigorating incense and cool metallic kick go well together. What starts as a novelty develops into a well-rounded fragrance.

Originally created for a temporary museum exhibition and never intended to be worn as a personal fragrance, the character of Craft is illusory, dynamic and exciting. A fragrance for those who want to stand out from the crowd.


aldehydes, ice, cold metal, cedar wood, elemi, patchouli


Andrea Maack fragrances are formulated sustainably and are comprised of 88-89% natural ingredients of which 80% are certified organic, with raw ingredients sourced from IFF Grasse, the world leader in providing organic materials for perfume.

The 11-12% of “unnatural” ingredients in the fragrance are compounds they use in place of plants that need to be sustained in nature, not picked for their perfume.

The base of the fragrances is 100% organic Icelandic alcohol and Icelandic water.

aldehydes / fresh / incense / metallic / woody
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