There's a tangible and calming redolence to this warm and sweet fragrance from CARNER.
Essentially PALO SANTO is built around the interplay between it’s caramel, tonka bean and vetiver notes but with davana and a rum accord teetering in the opening there’s also a real nuttiness to it that is further bolstered by the amyris sandalwood in the base.
A great review on Palo Santo by The Sniff.
"This perfume is a great example of what you get when you buy niche perfumes; it’s complex and changes a lot from the initial notes to base notes... Palo Santo means sacred wood. It is a mystical tree that grows in South America and is related to Frankincense and Myrrh, so maybe a good thing to be wearing at this time of year?..." Read more.