1805 Tonnerre

Smoky Woods
Unconventional
Woody
Top Notes gun powder lime smoke
Heart birch tar blood accord brandy sea spray
Base Notes amber cedar fir balsam

Tonnerre, originally called 1805 - the year in which Nelson both won the Battle of Trafalgar and lost his life: The year in which Sir Francis Beaufort introduced his ‘wind force scale’.

The scent imagines moments within the battle itself.  Powerful accords of smoke, gunpowder, blood and brandy combine with sea spray and a penetrating citrus note. The fragrance is singularly bold in its composition, yet ultimately refined, provocative and unique.

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