Next month, Pacifica will launch a new collection of solid perfumes for fall. Avalon Juniper is a brand new fragrance; the other four (Tibetan Mountain Temple, Spanish Amber, Mexican Cocoa & Madagascar Spice) are solid versions of scents already in the Pacificia line-up:
Avalon Juniper ~ "Rich with notes of juniper, grapefruit and heliotrope, Avalon Juniper is the perfect new scent to ease you into fall. Thriving in the icy regions of Northern Europe, juniper is considered magical and has been used throughout time to usher in and out the months of winter. Tempered with the slight scent of earthy grapefruit and the watery notes of heliotrope, this blend is a play between light and dark, fire and ice, and the realms of the spiritual and physical worlds. Icy and fascinating, Avalon Juniper is a perfect winter scent for women and men."
Tibetan Mountain Temple ~ "Smoldering with warmth, this tranquil, incense-like blend is grounded in vetiver and Indonesian patchouli with Chinese ginger sitting lightly in the middle and orange providing expansive lift."
Spanish Amber ~ "Inspired by a scent Pacifica Co-Founder Brook Harvey Taylor discovered in an ancient Madrid apothecary, this sexy scent modernizes the old world classic with rosy geranium base notes, sandalwood middle notes and bergamot and elemi swirling on top."
Mexican Cocoa ~ "At the base of this enchanting blend is the dark, rich scent of Mexican chocolate. Rounded out with mild notes of bitter almond, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla, this longtime Pacifica favorite is now reinterpreted for wear on the body. Its devotees will be thrilled!"
Madagascar Spice ~ "Once a coveted aphrodisiac, spicy clove, primarily produced in Madagascar, is the overwhelming note in this scent. Sweet orange and just a small touch of black pepper top off the Pacifica classic, originally inspired by the age-old custom of decorating oranges with cloves at holiday time."
(via press release from Pacifica)