Moonmilk Eau de Parfum
From famous Swiss naturalist Conrad Gessner in his 'Descriptio Montis Fracti sive Montis Pilati' from 1555, he chronicles his climb to the summit of Mount Pilatus, but we also get to follow him into the caves of the Alps. 'At night, the moon shines into the cave so brightly the light itself seems to take form, like a mist. It gathers in the ceiling and makes the limestone stalactites glitter and gleam, dripping tears of white liquid into puddles on the rock floor that never dries. Moonmilk.'
Top Notes: Black Tea, Lime
Mid-Notes: Cardamon, Lilly of the Valley, Mandarin, Black Pepper
Base Notes: Sandalwood (Mysore), Tan LeatheråÊ
Made by hand in Stockholm. Founded by a group of young alchemists in 2015, the brand presents itself as a niche perfumery.åÊ