*NEW* eNVie ruby saphir

Regular price $235.00 Sale

A darker rose parfum virtuoso like a piece of piano music being played in an abandoned room.   Transfixed the perfume permeates into fused spice and wood, resin and saphir.  The amber accord flows through and out within the wear.  An intoxicating rich perfume but muted by the darker materials and musk that resonates.  A rich parfum that creates a haunting rose incense atmosphere while remaining partial to the other components and melodious even after the piano playing has ended.


~Top Note:

Turkish Rose enfleurage, Geranium, French Rosa Centifolia, Taif Rose essence, Red Musk, Cashmere Wood, Cardamom, White Patchouli, Himalayan Cedarwood absolute

~~Heart Note:

Benzoin resinoid, Labdanum absolute, NA Red Sandalwood*, Egyptian Amber and Rose elixir blend with Bulgarian Rose Damacena and amber accord

~~~Base Note:

Sandalwood, Oud, Black Patchouli, Egyptian Amber & Musk Resin purified into natural notes of blue balsamic amber, sweet papyrus oil from Cairo and Siam benzoin that hints naturally of occurring warm and pure vanillin.

☥ ☥ ☥ ☥ Perfumer's Notes:
"Inspired by both rose and the novel Interview with the Vampire.  An ode to the late author, Anne Rice.  This is the moment where the change occurs, and blood is now perfume.  Imbued by enfleurage and roses from Turkey, Grasse, Mecca, Bulgaria, and Egypt; places where the immortals may have walked.  A scent of evolution and seeking meditation within, guidance by parfum and inspired by words written by the immortal Mrs. Rice. Within the library at the House of NA, is an entire collection of her words waiting to be read and re-read.  This parfum is an ode to the characters that speak volumes through many lifetimes and those to come.  You will always be in our hearts. ~Emerson Hart, Bastet Hart, Jacek Rose eNVie Perfumer Composers

25ml sapphire bottle, finished with a silver lid and silver engraved plate.

*Nocturne Alchemy Red Sandalwood (or Red Santalum): Nine Sandalwood blend:  Indian Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus), African Sandalwood (Osyris lanceolata), Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum), Indian White Sandalwood (Santalum album), New Caledonia Sandalwood and four more Indian Sandalwood blended into Himalayan and Moroccan Wild Atlas Cedar.