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Must-Have Winter Fragrances

As we ease into the winter months, now is the season to set aside the light-and-floral scents of summer and add warmth and richness to your fragrances. Notes like sandalwood, patchouli and amber are the kind to look for when making a scent transition for the winter season. Check out the best winter fragrances to select your next favourite niche perfume.



Whether warm and spicy or woody and earthy, we have a winter fragrance for every personality and situation.


All The Queens Men Fort & Manle


Dedicated to her majesty, they are born to serve their posts. Rich, floral, fresh. It takes all the Queen’s Men to produce such an immaculate fragrance.


Top notes: Dried Fruit, Honey, Rum and Vanilla.

Middle notes: Cinnamon.

Base notes: Fir balsam and Woods.





Blue Sapphire Boadicea


A confident pure perfume that does not overpower but has an underlying coolness that is utterly irresistible.


Top notes: Lemon, Chamomile, Sage, Tagetes, Saffron.

Middle notes: Rose, Indian Jasmine and Magnolia.

Base notes: Agarwood (Oud), Patchouli and Amber.




Bloody Wood Les Liquides Imaginaires


Bloody Wood is quick-tempered. It enjoys the pleasures of life and thrives on passion. A noble, distinguished character infused with the truth.


Top notes: Red wine, Rose and Violet.

Middle notes: Cherry, Fruity Notes and Raspberry.

Base notes: Woody Notes, Oak and Sandalwood.



Palo Santo Carner Barcelona


Warm caramel, sweet tonka bean and vetiver fuse with the intensity of Palo Santo, creating a fragrance that calms the soul.


Top notes: Rum and Artemisia.

Middle notes: Milk, Guaiac Wood and Tonka.

Base notes: Vanilla, Vetiver and Sandalwood.





Anima Gritti


A personal favourite of Luca Gritti, the reflection of his spirit and olfactive signature. Anima is eclectic, explosive, and full of contrasts.


Top notes: Strawberry, Pineapple, Apple, Bergamot, Plum and Lime.

Middle notes: Iris, Jasmine and Rose.

Base notes: Ambergris, Patchouli, White Musk, Cedar, Vanilla and Sandalwood.



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