A tribute to the Milky Way and the sparkling mystery of the vast southern sky. Sparkling top notes of ground spice and a dark amber accord are underpinned by smoky notes of oak moss. Think curling smoke from a crackling campfire under the gum trees, reaching up to a million sparkling stars.
Inspired by Henry Lawson’s poem, A May Night on the Mountains and captured by Blue Mountains photographer, Liam Foster.
|SCENT||Cinnamon / Amber / Oakmoss|
|ARTIST||Mountain Star Gazing, Oberon NSW, Liam Foster|
|POEM||A May Night on the Mountains, Henry Lawson|
70 hour burn time
18 hour burn time