Eau de Parfum
From Bruno: A cult favorite that's both unusual and classic—versatile enough for a night out or a day at the office. Lampblack is named for the pigment in India ink, formerly made from the soot of oil-burning lamps. The scent enhances the ink-like notes of nagarmotha and balances them with vetiver to create a transparent, colorful darkness.
From AP: Peppered citrus and inky woods and vetiver. Is bright darkness such a thing? Challenging in all the right ways. Lampblack was a finalist for the 2014 Art and Olfaction Award in the Artisan category.
Lampblack Notes: Sweet orange, black pepper, bitter grapefruit, nagarmotha, benzoin, vetiver, inky notes.