Phloem is a diabolical assemblage of odorants that should oppose, but somehow attract.
There is a violent, primal sensuality that bewitches before embracing. The entire composition is a balancing act of contradicting raw materials blended instinctually to create a shocking and diffusive bouquet of devastating release.
Phloem presents a miasma of olfactory sin; flushed skin, shoreline, carnival frivolities, caviar, lipstick smears and erogenous effluvium.
Sucrose-sweetness is tempered with greasy spices that hinder Phloem from sliding into tooth-achingly sweet territory. A damp note of nutty driftwood and hot gooey styrax gum continues deep into the fade.
Phloem is hallucinogenic vapour with a marbled psychedelic development.
The perfume family: fruity, floral, green
Notes: rhubarb, passion fruit, mulberry, blueberry, oyster, nasturtium, honeysuckle, camelia, meadowsweet, broom, sesame, driftwood, amyris, ambretta, tonka bean, styrax