Rare and exceptional — these are the words best used to describe The Different Company. Every one of TDC’s fragrances are contemporary and unique, each containing ingredients so rare and precious they’re seldom seen in perfumery on any sort of scale. Uncompromising in its dedication to luxurious ingredients (no matter what the cost) and unencumbered by what came before, TDC is already making history as a modern perfumery dedicated to true opulence and luxury of the senses. You’ll find each one of these perfumes to be nothing short of glorious.
De Bachmakov is sap and snow and the first spring flowers: a cool herbal potion brewed near the Arctic Circle. It is also the very gifted Céline Ellena’s last composition for The Different Company: all the more reason to snap up this gorgeous and truly unique fragrance
The fragrance is as bracing as a shot of ice-cold vodka: along with peppery, aromatic bergamot, the lemony, anise-tinged shiso leaves, and tangy, zesty cilantro lend their green, aldehydic fizziness to the blend, sweetened by a sprinkle of nutmeg. Freesia and its tender, white floral notes add a jasmine richness to the heart: as the fragrance evolves, its initial limpidity gives way to a surprising chalk accord produced by a blend of woody notes and musk.
Top: Bergamot, Shiso Leaves, Coriander Leaves
Middle: Nutmeg, Freesia
Base: Cedar Wood, Soft Chalk Accord
Made in France.
Size: 3.4 oz / 100 ml
1 in stock
Eau de Parfum
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