WINTER OAK Perfume, Eau de Parfum Spray 3.4 oz Luxury Size
A decadent fragrance with smooth, creamy notes of aged American oak and layers of suede, saffron, premium Haitian vetiver and musk.
Inspired by walking the oak-lined trails of the Chumash Lands of California on cool winter mornings, when crushed oak leaves and twigs release their rich scent.
Fragrance Family: Warm
- Top: Clary Sage, Italian Bergamot Oil, Pepper, Floridian Lemon Oil, Geranium
- Middle: Saffron, Mate Absolute, Clove Bud Oil, Olibanum
- Base: Leather Suede, Oakwood Accord & Oakmoss, Florida & Atlas Cedarwood Oil, Haitian Vetiver, Patchouli & Sleek Musks
Sustainable Ingredient: Haitian Vetiver, sourced sustainably through a long-standing collaboration that our fragrance house Firmenich has established in Debouchette, South West Haiti. Part proceeds will be used to support sustainable Haitian agricultural projects in collaboration with Firmenich.
Destination: USA: Chumash, California
Experience: Spray directly on skin focusing on pulse points on neck and wrists.
We also recommend:
Tip: Spritz Winter Oak into the air and walk through the mist for a lighter way to wear this warm, creamy scent.
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Our fragrances are created with clean and sustainable ingredients, free of parabens, sulfates, gluten, petrochemicals, and formaldehydes. Our fragrances are also 100% cruelty free! We, along with our technical and production partners, share a commitment to responsible sourcing of natural ingredients.
We work with Indigenous and marginalized communities, either directly or through partnerships, to sustainably source rare and unique natural ingredients for our fragrances. From these ingredients we create high quality, luxury fragrances that not only smell incredible—they also create economic opportunities for the communities from which we source.