London-based niche line Gallivant will launch Bukhara, the latest in their series of "urban exploration" fragrances, later this month.
A fairytale Uzbek city on the Silk Road. Fruits and spices – sophistication and adventure. A journey into Central Asia.
Bukhara is an earthy perfume, composed around the enigmatic orris – one of perfumery’s most prized (and expensive) raw materials.
Spicy, fruity and sparkling in the opening with caraway, pear, coriander and bergamot.
A floral heart with orris and a touch of jasmine. Clove and apricot enrich the colours and textures.
And a base of benzoin resin, saffron, amber, wood and cotton-soft musks.
The woody floral iris was developed by perfumer Ralf Schwieger.
Gallivant Bukhara will be available in 30 ml Eau de Parfum.
(via gallivant-perfumes, hat tip to Jessica!)