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    Style of perfume

    • Clean
    • Citrus
    • Floral

    Popular Notes

    • Amber
    • Ambergris
    • Apple

    Copper Skies

    by Kerosene

    The sky is a thick copper hue, painted in bands of honey, cloves and amber. Below the horizon, sweet basil drifts from dark cedar trees embedded with tobacco leaves beneath the bark. The air is smokey, spicy and slightly sweet. Your mouth creases into a small simper as the presence of fragrance is take in.

    Copper Skies is exactly how amber should be: sweet, but not overly, and rich without being headache inducing. This fragrance is spicy, smooth, slightly smokey, earthy and delectable.

    NOTES: Amber, cedar, sweet tobacco leaves, honeycomb, basil, cloves


    Price:
    $140.00



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    Product Reviews

    1. AS SKIES CHANGE 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 10th Feb 2017

      My headline was going to read "Hues of Fall," but the description provided of Copper Skies nails this fragrance. So I decided to name it with the word "change" included. Why? Well, as the darkening of the summer greens change to the hues of fall, everything becomes colorfully delicious. Let the opening moments of Copper Skies blend in and become smooth with the beeswax, and you'll see the transition to be just the same as summer turns to fall. Yes, the herbal aspect can be compared to Ambre Sultan, but as AS's herbs are more transparent , CS's can be seen as embedded within a smooth, thick, piece of amber. I once ordered steamed dumplings from a Chinese restaurant. I asked them to make me something that wasn't on the menu and that was traditional. They mixed sesame, peanut oil, chocolate and Thai dragon peppers. My first initial taste, which lasted all but three seconds, changed dramatically after all the ingredients mixed in my mouth. I couldn't eat the dumplings fast enough. With that said, let the clove and tobacco become entwined and textured in Copper Skies. You'll be glad you did. Good longevity and good sillage. Because Copper Skies is so easily accessible, I have to give it five stars. This one certainly should be on your must-sample list.


    2. sweet, smokey, sensational 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 23rd Aug 2016

      This man knows how to make perfume that will make you swoon! I received some samples yesterday and am currently contemplating how to justify buying a bottle of every single scent he makes. This one is to me,is indeed "smokey, spicy and slightly sweet" What I love about this fragrance is that it is utterly unique but still classically gorgeous in every sense. The artistry of his work is exceptional and to walk around smelling this fabulous is the best feeling! This is a perfect scent for the approaching fall weather and for that matter for anytime one wants to feel fantastic. A true work of art from a very talented artist.


    3. Copper Skies 2 Star Review

      Posted by on 4th Aug 2016

      The powdery amber and savory, herbal basil reminds me of Serge Lutens' Ambre Sultan, but this has a gritty, ashy tobacco and sharp, dirty, metallic edge to it (like change in the bottom of a purse or a metal pot burning on a stove, in a way).


    4. 40 Year old pretending to be 20 3 Star Review

      Posted by on 5th Feb 2016

      This thing starts off like a bang, the whole works. 40 year old with Viagra, the smell is amazing, there is the metal undertone which is strong and goes on for an hour at the most. Ready to walk off to have a bloody margarita. It fuzzes out like vapor.


    5. Nothing Else Like It 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 17th Jan 2016

      I honestly have never sampled anything like this - perhaps the only scent with vague similarities in A-Men. Projection is initially harsh, but settles down after 10-minutes or so something much milder. Longevity is good (approx 5-6 hours on me). This and Broken Theories came together and I'd rate them the same - 'unique' - you won't find this stuff on the High Street, and I'm compelled to check out more by Kerosene. These two aren't for me, but would fit perfectly in the 18-25yr old range.


    6. Blinded by the light 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 4th Sep 2015

      one of the Best I have ever owned...This is for the Very Special occasion to be the Best. Draws a lot of intention.


    7. Sweet warm and smokey 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 14th Aug 2015

      Six notes, skillfully blended to perfection.
      Unlike some of Mr.Pegg's other fragrances Copper Skies is a little more linear. It starts off sweet and smokey--though not overly so--and doesn't evolve all that much over the course of the 6 or 7 hours that I could smell it on my skin. Silage is also average.

      The honeycomb, sweet tobacco leaf and amber are the prominent notes here--though no one ever really dominates--while the cedar and clove weave in and out of the background. The basil is not evident to my nose though I suspect it may add or modify one of the other notes making this fragrance the work of art that it is.

      I've tested over half of the Kerosene line at this point and Copper Skies ranks a close second behind my favorite from this house, Unknown Pleasures, which I think is a masterpiece for a niche parfum. Needless to say, I've purchased a bottle of Copper Skies too.


    8. Different, but very good. 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 13th Jan 2015

      I usually use Channel Bleu, but I have become a fan Copper Skies.


    9. smells good 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 30th May 2014

      I am trying various perfumes. copper skies is good.. and lasts long but it doesn't appear to be strong enough to get compliments from others.. I can't remember anyone commenting on this one. Anyway this smells nice.

      Far better than many other perfumes available in UK...


    10. Can't decide which to buy 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 12th Mar 2014

      I was expecting to like maybe one or two of the scents in the sampler but much to my delight each one of them has something unique to offer. I think John Pegg is an amazing talent and one that perfumistas need to get acquainted with.
      Now I just have to narrow down the embarrassment of riches to decide which one to buy a full bottle of! I particularly enjoyed Copper Skies, Creature, and Unknown Pleasures.


    11. Bubblegum Christmas tree 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 1st Mar 2014

      Behold the elderly sibling of one million. This would certainly compliment the more experienced man (or, dangerous woman). A nice opening arrangement of cloves and honey. It puffs up in the middle with a lovely bazooka bubblegum tobacco splash. While it's Undoubtably an Amber it holds some unique characteristics that I find just completely pleasant.