Root of all Goodness
Warm and enveloping with an aromatic heart and a touch of spicy ginger, this perfume is a celebration of Parterre's successful experiment in English grown vetiver.
The composition revolves around aromatic tonalities of ciste labdanum and hyssop, enhanced by bergamot in the opening and the warm imprint of vetiver root and leather in the base.
The following ingredients in this perfume are grown at Keynestone Mill in Dorset: vetiver, clary sage (Salvia Sclarea) and hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis),
All Parterre perfume editions are numbered because each year produces a limited amount of the nest oils that form the key notes, and it is this that dictates the quantities. A finite number of bottles of each perfume being created from each "Extraction".