Strange Invisible Perfumes, a California-based house of natural perfumes, have introduced two new, limited-edition fragrances called Tahitian Honey and Vacances (Holiday in French). They were launched on June 21st to welcome summertime. Both compositions by brand-founder and perfumer Alexandra Balahoutis are inspired by the theme of estival island getaways...
Tahitian Honey is inspired by a summer holiday spent in Tahiti. The eau de parfum has notes of fresh ginger, temple mandarin, plumeria blossoms, resins and honey.
Price: $350 for 1.7 fl oz.
Vacances draws inspiration from "a leisurely afternoon by the Caribbean seaside." Notes are Temple mandarin, hemp, jasmine, cedar, black copal, black currant, honey.
Price: $365 for 1.7 fl. oz.
The brand privileges the use of all-natural ingredients as well as that of hydro-distillation technique, the most ancient one.
Via press release