After Dreckig Bleiben (2013), a Punk opus, German Hamburg-based PMP Perfumes (Perfumes Mayr Plettenberg) are once more turning to the poetry of urban living with Concrete Flower...
The eau de parfum is signed by perfumer Mark Buxton, like the first one.
The fragrance, whose concept is reminiscent of post-apocalyptic visions of a broken-down city universe invaded by nature, is actually a tribute to street art and freedom of expression - the flower is painted in graffitis.
The perfume opens on top notes of Bergamot, Mandarin, Black pepper, Thyme, Sage, Cardamom followed by a heart of Neroli, Ginger, Jasmine, Iris, Clove, Lily and based on deeper notes of Storax, Sandalwood, Chinese toon or mahogany, Oakmoss, Amber, and Musk.
The flacon mimics a felt marker or spray can and offers a vague military style making you think once more that PMP Perfumes are most interested in counter-cultural movements.