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    Carduus

    by Jorum Studio

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    ~ "Nemo me impune lacessit" – the Order of the Thistle. The defiant motto of Scotland, an ancestral virtue. ~

    Unashamedly polarizing, Carduus is a blend of jagged leaves, herbal seeds and xeric barks. Carduus assaults with a potent crash of warm gustatory herbs, tingling seeds and defensive leaves. This dry herbal bouquet prevails over medicinal botanicals, ardent barks and bruised molecules. The resulting effect conjures images of untold ceremony and ritual. The fragrance flirts with tradition; aged herbs and spices blended alchemically.This romantic brew is woven with bundles of complex flower essences and fermented leaves before revealing sweet confections and pounded roots. There is unusual buoyancy experienced with Carduus, starting extremely rich, dense and laced with spices before shedding layers to reveal a veiled and noble incense facet that feels weightless.

    NOTES: Chamomile, Bengal pepper, honey, clary sage, sea-holly, marjoram tea, myrtle, rose absolute, vetch, clove bud, hart’s tongue, tuberose, musk-thistle, heliotrope, tormentil, mahogany, cocoa absolute, tobacco, meum, deer tongue, cherry wood

     


    Price:
    $95.00



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    1. Chamomile tea 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 3rd Feb 2021

      Starts with something like spiced up hay, hay is not listed as a note, must have been a mix of marjoram, clary sage and myrtle. As it develops chamomile and tea become clearly distinguishable, with slight dose of honey, so essentially spiced up, lightly sweetened chamomile tea. Wonderful.