08 | Addictive Substances
Yvresse, Dior Addict, Opium, Obsession... The allusions to illicit products and the language of addiction have a long association with perfumery. But can perfume really be addictive? We need only to look to the canine nose to see that a connection exists between narcotics and olfaction; but what is the relationship between our sense of smell and addictive substances? Nez Issue 08 grapples with these very questions.
Nez Issue 08 is accompanied by Hongkong Oolong, a limited edition eau de parfum created by revered perfumer Maurice Roucel. A completely addictive, creamy tea scent with notes of leather, spice and smoke. A fragrant exploration of "...what it is in tea that gives pleasure and comfort".
Notes: oolong tea, musks, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, ginger, sandalwood, tonka, jasmine, honeysuckle, magnolia, leather, incense, moss