Neandertal - Light EdP
Neandertal light is in stark contrast to Neandertal dark, a journey which explores concepts of olfactory dissonance.
Radiant and expansive Neandertal light concentrates on the present and as such, possesses a linear and harmonious structure.
Hinoki oil is expanded with muted green notes creating a horizontal landscape, an olfactory still-life representation of nature.
The binding quality of orris gives Neandertal light rigidity, form and cohesiveness within the structure. This binding quality produces a powerful resulting force, encapsulating time and the space around us.
Leather and ambergris add unparalleled natural beauty and familiarity, displaying both power and magnetism.
A contemporary portrait of the Neandertal mystery, this fragrance captures a suspended snapshot in time.
Contains: Eau de Parfum 90ml / 3.0 fl. oz.
Size: 13cm (h) x 10cm (w) x 5cm (d)
Perfumer: Chris Maurice
Each bottle is handmade by the artist Kentaro Yamada.
Top notes – Hinoki, Coriander, Galbanum & Violet Leaf.
Heart notes – Orris & Metallic accord.
Base notes – Ambergris, Patchouli, Leather, Cedar & Musk.
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