Dark, rich, mysterious, intoxicating amber with chocolate, tobacco, incense and woody notes. Loaded with real tonka bean absolute! Perfect for a night out—or a night in!
NOTES: saffron, carnation, chocolate, tobacco, leather, labdanum, sandalwood, cedar, frankincense, tonka bean, vanilla.
OCCASIONS: dark winter nights; rich meals; extravagant drinks; good company; sensuality.
Among other things, Ummagumma refers to an infamously heady and weird Pink Floyd album from 1969. Chocolate and tonka bean create a euphoric gourmand opening melded with the richness of tobacco that gradually gives way to ambery labdanum, cedar and incense all warmed by soft musks.
“I just wanted to tell you what a fantastic scent Ummagumma is, I’m already on my third bottle. I’m fervently hoping it will stick around for a long time, or if not, you can give advance warning so I can stock up!” —Tara C.
"I love ummagumma! First sensation: strong alluring contraband—stolen tobacco. Then, the Summer of Love incense aura ascends. Later—a mellow illicit roundness—a sense of tea rooms, beatnik kif—illegality." —Wayne Koestenbaum