A mythic Irish rose
A dusky haze of Damascena rose, entwined with a dry paper accord and ink-stained patchouli, unfurls into a brooding base of smoky incense, black pepper and tobacco absolute.
Róisín Dubh (little black rose) takes its name from a subversive 16th century song, which has become an enduring emblem to Irish writers.
Top: Rum Absolute, Black Pepper OIl, Osmanthus Absolute.
Middle: Rose Damascena Flower Water, Rose Oil Damascena.
Base: Tobacco Absolute (Balkan), Patchouli Oil (Indonesia), Cedarwood Oil (Virginia), Olibanum Resinoid, Ciste Oil .