Chasing the Dragon Eau de Parfum
The Jade Land of China in the Roarin' 1920s. It is the era of the Warlord, A land of mystery rocked by turbulent times. Where gilded strongmen are rubbing elbows with European thrill-seekers and hungry American gunrunners, plying them with every vice at hand. Each back-alley Emperor hoping for a good deal signed with a sleepy hand, or whispered secrets passed by a loosened tongue. Passions ignited by the vision of the Qinhuai pleasure quarters. Seeking midnight solace and carnal embrace.
The aromatics of the Orient; star anise, pepper, and unpronounceable resins curl through lazy air, like a holy incense that is always burning but nobody remembers lighting. While men sit in rooms, the very walls perfumed by nature in cedars planks and sandalwood moldings, quiet sirens float back and forth. Some offering ornate pipes of carved dragons filled with the local vice, others filling glasses of warning bourbon; for many the only familiar piece of a foreign puzzle. These exotic maidens, wrapped in layers of jasmine, rose, and a most sultry vanilla, cloud the minds of even that rare few drinking only coffee. A noble, if still futile attempt to keep even some semblance of their wits about them. Intoxication is the name of this game, every sense pulsating and overloaded with the rich enigmas of The Middle Kingdom. In the end, some will manage to stick to business, while others will lose themselves entirely.
bergamot, c*nnabis, opium, jasmine, rose, incense, star anise, black pepper, coffee, tobacco, bourbon, agarwood, sandalwood, cedar wood, musk & vanilla.
This intoxicating fragrance is presented in a 30ml bottle