Like the others fragrances of the Trade Routes Collection, Halfeti is inspired by the luxurious and decadent commodities which were traded through London’s historic docks at the turn of the 19th century. Halfeti draws inspiration from the lavish goods traded with Turkey by the Levant Company; exotic florals, spices, soft leathers and precious fabrics.
The fragrance is named after the enchanting black roses that grow on the banks of the Euphrates river in the small Turkish village of Halfeti. Dark and mysterious, the roses are exceedingly rare as a result of the unique environmental conditions in which they are grown.
Halfeti is an exquisitely opulent woody floral, dazzling in the glow of luxurious golden saffron, decorated with bright citrus, green armoise and woody cypress. An exquisitely multifaceted rose is set like a precious jewel amongst a bouquet of sweet florals. The lavish drydown with its overdose of dusky patchouli heart leads into a melange of decadent resins, oud and amber, alongside velvet textured sandalwood and a suede-like leather.
Discover this dark, mysterious, opulent, precious and decadent fragrance at Nose.