Vi Et Armis Eau De Parfum – Exploring Britain's complex relationships with other nations and its dominance of international sea trade across the centuries, this heady, narcotic scent challenges as much as it beguiles. Using the historical cargoes of British ships as its key notes, this addictive fragrance recalls the words of George Bernard Shaw: “Emotional excitement reaches men through Tea, Tobacco, Opium, Whisky and religion" Paradoxical and challenging, we imagine the roots of our island nation steeped in contradictions.
The perfume family: woody, leathery, tobacco, spicy
Top notes: tea, cardamom, black pepper
Heart notes: whisky, incense, opium
Base notes: birch, tobacco, oud