Lubin - Korrigan - Eau de Parfume
Caramel Wood Liqueur
In the Armorican countryside the Korrigans frolic at night.They come to harvest juniper berries and wild beechnuts.Then, in dark caves, they distil barley into spellbindingspirits, spicing them with saffron, musking them withambrette, scenting them with lavender. During the solsticefestivals, they all drink their elixirs out of leather pouches,causing bodies and souls to capsize. Korrigan is less harmless than it looks.
This caramel wood is no perfume from childhood; it is a scent of intimacy, insidiously musky and irresistible on the skin of a desired being. it is the fragrance of the senses set free, to be shared or saved for intimate moments, when caresses follow on sweet whispers and bodies draw closer. it is an invitation to voluptuousness, to sensuous pleasures, and to fantasies of the most extravagant kind. Perfumer Thomas Fontaine first of all imagined a tree for lubin, to be called "caramel Wood". Its sap would be sweet like english toffee, but with tangy accents of wild apple, juniper and saffron, to answer for some of its mystery. He wanted a note of leather yet appetising, smooth like a whisky cream liqueur, yet smoky, fragrant nd slightly bitter like superb pure malt.