Eau de Cologne
Shelley Waddington - En Voyage Perfumes
Shelley: Legal at the time, heroin and cocaine allowed Sherlock Holmes to relax and refuel. He alternated between morphine and cocaine, which he always took in a 7% solution. Transcendentally stimulating and clarifying to the mind, such drugs were regularly taken by aesthetes of the day, including the poet Coleridge and even Queen Victoria herself.
Dave: Stimulating, sweet citrus and plush osmanthus carry this happy concoction through herbal frangipani, bitter curacao and ripe summer florals - settling into creamy woods and warm musk. A dreamy, unique floral-gourmand.
The 7% Solution Notes: Wild oranges, mandarin, green citron, osmanthus, curacao, tiare, frangipani, narcissus, summer blooming flowers, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, oak, white woods and musks.