DSH Perfumes is a Colorado-based indie perfume line. In honor of Colorado’s decision to legalize recreational marijuana¹, this perfume line has launched four weed-centric perfumes. It’s like perfume, politics and social commentary all in one little collection.
The Green House has notes of leafy green notes, vetiver, aldehdyes, violet and cannabis accord.
So, The Green House smells like freshly cut grass and well, freshly cut “grass”. It’s marijuana and mounds of… Continue reading | 7 Comments
Let me start this review with the fact that I know exactly what the Kingston Ferry terminal smells like; I’m all too familiar with PNW ferries. And before I even heard about Olympic Orchids and many other indie perfume brands, I had fantasized about having a perfume that smelled like ferry terminals (and oddly I’ve always thought Dior Fahrenheit smells sort of like the Seattle Ferry terminal).
Kingston Ferry opens with something like motor oil and really dry woods. The flowers and plants in this fragrance are… Continue reading | 4 Comments
In December I attended the Northwest Indie Perfumers Circuit held at Blackbird. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out my post here. In December, House of Matriarch by Christi Meshell showcased.
A little about the line: House of Matriarch is a line of ultra-natural luxurious perfumes by perfumer Christi Meshell of the Seattle area. The line uses both modern and vintage essences from plants and animals from earth to sea resulting in distinctive high-quality, intoxicating perfumes. The perfume are alcohol based using organic… Continue reading | 6 Comments
I’ve fallen hard for the Juniper Ridge line. This makes sense since I love woodsy and evergreen fragrances. And…Juniper Ridge is a West Coast brand with products scented from the lovely forests that we have here. Being that I split my free time between fragrance boutiques and the woods, it would make sense that I would love this brand.
Juniper Ridge Siskiyou Cedar is scented with Port Orford Cedar that grows in the Klamath Region. Port Orford Cedar is really unique because it smells like… Continue reading | 10 Comments
Glass Petal Smoke has posted a Sensory Questionnaire, a questionnaire that takes one of a personal sensory journey. I’ve spent weeks thinking about these questions. I’ve really done some sensory exploration here. I’m sure it’s more than you want to know, but it does give some insight on my fragrance personality.