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Earthen  Scent  Collection

A family of scents that exude notes of exotic woods, earthy resins, and damp dirt.

If you love the deeper scents of amber, vetiver, sandalwood, and patchouli,

these will be your faves!

Forager’s   Woods  

 

 Wet Dirt, Forest Florals, Neroli,

Coriander, and Woody Sandalwood 

 

Wandering  upon moist, dark soil, the 

forager discovers a world of medicine, 

nourishment, and magic. The ambiance of 

tall redwoods, wet bark, exotic fern, and 

tiny forest floor florals, guide him along 

the way. A mushroom here, a berry there, 

an edible green to round out a meal. 

The process of finding, picking, walking,

and breathing enlightens his heart 

and energizes his soul.

Poet’s  Garret

 

 Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender,

Violet, Vetiver, and Amber

 

As raindrops perform a soothing rhythm 

atop the roof, and crackling, burning wood 

bring nuance and surprise, the poet settles 

into her grandfather’s leather chair and begins

to write. Urban mist mingles with an ensemble 

of violets, lavender, and petit grain perched 

upon the round wooden table. History gently 

seeps out from the flocked wallpaper, thick 

upholstery, and collected paintings. An 

exuberant mix of amber and clary sage rises 

from the floor to fill the spaces in-between. 

Poets Garrett scent comes in candles and perfumes, handmade by Austin Press in San Francisco.

Cowboy’s   Camp 

 

 Midnight Campfire, Dirty Denim, 

Tobacco, Horsehair, and Sappy Pine

 

The Cowboy is the embodiment of 

the Wild West. He lives for starry nights, 

story-telling rituals, and bustling camp fires.

His best friend is his horse, and nothing fits 

him better than a pair of 501 Levi’s jeans. His

base camp is an olfactory harmony of sweet 

hay, night blooming jasmine, tobacco leaves, 

and weathered leather. When he packs up to 

leave, the pine trees in the distance rekindle 

his wanderlust. He jumps back in the 

saddle and heads due west.

Cowboys Camp scent comes in candles and perfumes, handmade by Austin Press in San Francisco.