Sydney Rockpool by ARQUISTE - 100ml EDP

$285.00
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Article code P-40148
The scent of warm skin after a swim in one Sydney’s famous rock pools, the addictive scent of an endless summer.
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Ever noticed how good your skin smells after a day at the beach? The warmth of the sun, the saltiness from the sea, the faint tropical creaminess from the sunscreen. SYDNEY ROCK POOL is a mineral, ambery musk evoking a perfect day in the incredible Sydney beaches. With notes of: Australian sandalwood, coconut skin accord, driftwood note, frangipani, seaweed, ambermax and sea salt.

TOP NOTES: 

Mineral accord

Coconut skin accord

Australian sandalwood

HEART NOTES: 

Driftwood note

Narcissus absolute

Frangipani

Jasmine

Sambac

 

BASE NOTES:

Seaweed

Ambermax

Sea salt accord 

Golden Hour, January 2016, Sydney.

The surf crashes against the sandstone rocks. Your skin glows in the warm sun underneath a blazing Australian sky. As you climb out of the water, a gentle breeze blows through the nearby jasmine and frangipani trees, mixing with the subtle scent of sea, salt and rock.
Take the moment to soak it all up, and dive down under with this evocative fragrance.

Developed with Rodrigo Flores-Roux.

Large 100 ml / 3.4 fl oz. bottle of the highest Italian quality with our signature ‘A’ engraved  metal cap, as well as the newest technology for an invisible spray tube.

 

"Sydney Rock Pool represents my love affair with the beach, the sea and the lifestyle around it. It’s something that has always called me, and wherever I may travel to, I try to spend some time at the coast. I have a fascination with how skin smells like after swimming in the sea, drying down on the sand, under the warm rays of the sun. Sydney has been a very special city for me since I first traveled there in 2013, having made great friends and really connecting with the coastal lifestyle.  There’s a recurrent time and place that I always want to go back to, and that is being at the beach…this fragrance is its most frank recreation. It’s pure pleasure.” – Carlos Huber