Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne
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Atomizer Sample Set of Three, Eau de Parfum and Cologne

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A discovery set of three handmade, organic, natural fragrance atomizers, Eau de Parfum and or Cologne. The samples are an introduction to our fragrances in the spray format to test on the skin to see which one to choose in a larger bottle. The containers arrive with a set of informational cards. Each little atomizer contains 1 gram (.036 ounces) of the fragrance by weight.

Choose which three (3) samples to include in your selection by leaving the information in the "note to seller" area when checking out:

AUMBRE: Warm, spicy botanical amber.
BLOSSOM cologne*: Orange blossom, neroli and herb.
CIMBALOM: Rich jasmine with amber & patchouli.
Figure 1: NOIR: Feral. An ode to patchouli.
IMPROMPTU: Floral leather with lemongrass & smoke.
LYRA: Sweet amber floral.
MELLIFERA: Sun drenched wild flowers.
SIR LEAF & MADAME BERRY: A classic BayRum fragrance.
To BEE: Spice and sweet honey with vegetal musk.

*Historical reference shows the term Cologne was coined by French soldiers stationed in the city of Köln, Germany. The first cologne was a toilet water developed by Jean-Paul Feminis and popularized by the Farina family. However the origins of toilet waters most likely began with Hildegard von Bingen in 1100. A visionary and herbalist, the Abbess of Bingen wrote several treaties on flora and fauna while also creating musical plays, and is credited as the originator of lavender water. Both “Carmelite water” and “Hungary water”, thought to have been developed by nuns and monks in Europe during the 1200’s, are the precursors to colognes.