One can’t deny that Unnamed got people talking. Not just about this nameless perfume, but about how we all use note lists to help us form an idea of the smell. Let’s close our eyes for a moment, breathe it in, and let our nose lead the way...
Brrrrrr... cold. We smell the gin-and-tonic snap of juniper berry, and the cold, rooty gleam of orris. The texture is peppery, silvery, and transparent, like a light mist curling around the trees in a Northern fir forest. There is also a mysterious red berry note weaving in and out – an ice-covered raspberry that adds a dollop of deliciousness. Damp lichen and moss add an inky, forest tone to the scent-- creating a gloomy but captivating atmosphere. Only one thing is certain: You get to call this heavenly fragrance any name you wish.
Gin accord, pink pepper, orris root, violet, tree moss, fir balsam