Tea makes the world go round, so why not smell of it?
Brand guide: Parterre
British perfumery goes to the next level
Quality of Flesh by Homo Elegans
One for lovers of skanky scents
Ignes by Angela Ciampagne
Top quality materials allowed to shine
Naja by Vero Profumo
A Bacchanalian revelry of a scent
PG 03 Cuir Venenum by Parfumerie Generale
Venemous leather? Actually an easy to wear and gorgeous scent
Flashback in New York by Olfactive Studio
Hot notes meet cold in this bold new release
Incognito by Rouge Bunny Rouge
This is a chameleon of a scent that will keep you on your toes
Focus on: leather perfumes
Check out our recommendations for scents that use leather notes
Marlowe by Jardins d’Ecrivains
Ground up old ladies.
Cuir Velours by Naomi Goodsir
Smells like the wardrobe that will take you to Narnia
Talismans Nettuno by Mendittorosa Odori d’Anima
Powerful restraint and nostalgia make this a really special scent
Iron Duke by Beaufort London
Here’s one for the elegant, gentleman-rogues amongst us.
PG5.1 Suede Osmanthe by Parfumerie Generale
Quirky and leathery new release.
Shermine by Pierre Guillaume
Florals meet wood in a symphony of a scent, complex and manly.
Tara Mantra by Gri Gri
A riotous clash between incense and bubblegum.
Rhinoceros by Zoologist
The scent of a refined gentleman. Phileas Fogg probably smelt like this.
L’Humaniste by Frapin
Zesty, fizzy, zingy. Citrus and gin make this a lively scent full of energy.
Bat by Zoologist
Provocative and enigmatic, you’ll either love or hate this intriguing scent from Canadian perfume house Zoologist.
Tardes by Carner Barcelona
Strong milk notes in an otherwise subtle perfume.