French ceramics brand Astier de Villatte has launched Tucson, a new personal fragrance based on the brand's Tucson incense and candle.
A torrid desert of wild beauty, an impressive tide of deliriously shaped giant cacti, a fantastic rodeo... From the bottle escape dizzying scents: the intoxicating fragrance of strawflowers from the maquis and sun-heated dunes, the aromatic and slightly animal notes of thyme; scents of red earth scorched with the heat of birch mingle with the delicious smell of sweet amber exhaled by the resin from the cistus labdanum, a shrub from Mediterranean countries.
Accompanied by its scented candle and incense, the scent of Tucson was created with Alexandra Monet, perfumer, in collaboration with Drom Fragrances. Held in an etched-glass spray bottle. Its highly sober and elegant case is made of sand-colored kraft paper, lined with gold on the inside.
(via johnderian, hat tip to Kevin!)