What would happen if you dropped your spice rack onto a dry wood pile in the middle of a grapefruit orchard? The citruses would dance with the spices, and the spices would court the trees until the wood dried out and became alone and forgotten. This fragrance takes the marriage of notes above the norm as citrus, spices and wood are infused into a tangy, peppery way of life.
Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon, Black Pepper, Pink Peppercorns, Juniper Leaf, Ginger Root, Vetiver, Cedar and Gaiac Wood.
House Of Kerosene
I love talent and this perfumer has it in spades. Kerosene is the work of motorcycle mechanic turned self-taught perfumer John Pegg and hails from the industrial heartland of Michigan in the US.
"Hailing from Michigan, which is frigid about seven months of the year, I am naturally attracted to warm notes. Amber, woods, and spices, they do it for me and make their way into a lot of what I do. I'm a simple person, but my scents won't be."
John is the real deal and his scents are magnificent - try them!