Christopher Marlowe was the bad boy of Elizabethan theatre. Handsome and good natured, Marlowe was also a spy and a student of the occult.
This scent is dense, heady, feral, and theatrical. The top notes feature the poisonous nectar of the tuberose blended with opulent osmanthus. The middle notes of dried flowers evoke tragic poetry. Hints of powdered leather with chypre make up the base notes.
The perfume family: floral, chypre, woody, balsamic
Top notes: tuberose, osmanthus, elemi
Heart notes: dried flowers, myrrh
Base notes: Cashmeran, cedarwood, vetiver, labdanum, Tonkin musk, leather