North American made, hand bottled in small batches.
Each sample is a generous 2mls or about 10 to 20 applications
Eros Fig Sweet, fruity, creamy, fig
Gilded Spicy, sweet, incense
Fin de Siecle Rosy, chypre, woody
Sex & Jasmine Floral, vanilla, ambergris, jasmine
Smoked Bloom Floral, citrus, smoke, musk
Sweet Grass Herbal, grassy, sweet
Soft Woods Floral, woody, incense
Troubled Spirits Boozy, woody, rose
Our fragrances are all created in house with an aromatic story in mind. We create fragrances to offer a slow moment of pause to your day. To allow you to step out of the rush of things and explore the world, even if only for a moment. We believe fragrance has the power to ground as well as to transport.
All of our scents are formulated, bottled, labelled and packaged by hand in our small scent studio in Canada
I've been looking for a clean, natural fragrance forever and thought they didn't exist until I found Libertine! Everything from the packaging down to every last detail was so beautiful and inviting. I ordered the sample kit, so that I could test out all of the difference fragrances and they did not disappoint. So many wonderful combinations of scents it was hard to choose from. In the end I went with Sweet Grass, which I love but all the others were spectacular as well. So I certainly will be able to have many different options depending on my mood. Do yourself a favor and buy these now if you are on the fence!
Soft woods: first impression was baby powder and bug spray. Long lasting and mellowed after a while to a pleasant scent.
Eros fig: very perfumey, didn't stand out as unique.
Gilded: I liked the resin/insence smell at first, but it faded fast to a bland sweetness.
Troubled spirits: pleasantly spicy, liquor like smell
Sweet grass: I liked it and it was kind of addictive as a smell, but it kept reminding me of the smell of a clean Porta potty. Anything at all reminiscent of a cleaning product is a turn off for me.
I haven’t even made it through all 4 yet, but so far I love them all! It’s hard to choose a favorite yet, but I’m getting closer.