Pistachio Parfum Extrait
Native to Central Asia, the pistachio as we know it dates back all the way to cultivation from the Asian Bronze Age! Interestingly enough, it is actually the seed of a red, pointed, desert drupe fruit! Its tree is very strong and hearty, sometimes being able to survive for up to 300 years. Enough about the history of pistachios, let’s talk about taste & smell. Pistachio nuts are one thing, but what’s better than pistachio gelato, pistachio macon’s, pistachio cupcakes, pistachio cookies….I can go on and on. Our soap is between the nut and cupcakes ( there’s a joke there somewhere 🤣). It smells Friggin amazing. What have we done to make this a banger? I added a hint of almond oil (it smells like almond extract ♥️) and Sambac jasmine from my trip to the Philippines. To make this more wearable (because we don’t want to smell all day like a Pistachio Cannoli), I added some more woods at the base, a hint of Bergamot Lemon at the top. A bit more of the Sambac and a thin layer of Sweet Oud dancing with the other woods as if this was an Argentinean Tango between two loves. There’s a reason why Pistachio will become our next great scent known throughout the world.
Notes: mandarin orange, pistachio, sambac, hint of almond, agar wood & creamy sandalwood.