Natsumeku Eau de Parfum
Natsumeku Eau de Parfum is a fragrance by Parfum Prissana. The notes of this fragrance are camphor, yuzu, hinoki, orange bitter, mandarin, lavender, neroli, orris butter, rose otto, oakmoss, artemisia, bergamot, tangerine, palo santo
Natsumeku is the Japanese word for the start of the summer and is inspired by the pleasant memory of a day perfumer Prin Lomros spent wandering around the Japanese countryside on a bright, cloudless spring day. Belonging to the Thammachatr (Thai for natural) series, Natsumeku is composed of 100% all-natural raw materials.
Natsumeku is pure sunshine in a bottle. Imagine an entire Japanese yuzu tree ? the variety of citrus native to Japan ? pulped, distilled, and poured into a small clear bottle, and that is what it smells like. The traditional woods of Japan ? silvery hinoki wood and green, minty-rosy camphor ? form the subtle backing to the main players, which are the stunning liquid sunshine of yuzu (both the peel and the fruit), the dark green leaves clustered around the fruit (neroli), and the bittersweet lime twang of bergamot. Being all natural, this joyful explosion of multi-faceted citrus fruits cannot last forever, but the perfumer has cleverly extended the citrus loveliness as far as he can by way of a classically clean, soapy neroli accord that seems to go on forever.
Made with 100% Natural materials
Specification: Natsumeku Eau de Parfum