Eau de Parfum
Christophe Laudamiel - The Zoo
Christophe: WOOD LEATHER SMOKE INCOGNITO
Dream What you wear to places that forbid perfumes or when you don’t feel like smelling perfume-y but still enjoy smells. In other words: this is not a perfume - it is the smell of wood, leather and smoke. Period.
Scent NO PERFUME was created for those places, bars and opportunities where a fresh outdoor cologne or a perfume-y fragrance is banned or constitutes a big no-no and would break the atmosphere. Or just for when you’re in a smoky, woody, leathery mood.
Twist NO PERFUME is banned in Canada by Canadian law. If you provide a Canadian delivery address, your purchase will not ship and will be reimbursed.
“No Perfume” contains a natural molecule found also in jasmine, horses and beavers called a cresol. Cresols smell leathery. We, The Zoo, do not extract from horses or beavers. Our cresols are not extracted from jasmine either - you could not afford this perfume. They are made in the laboratory. Yet cresols are forbidden in Canada by some weird twist of their laws. Note that Canada allows dead beaver extracts in its perfumes, as well as jasmine extracts. We love Canada and have had a lot of love in and from Canada. However, the Canadians are at times not very rational with all things perfume and smells.
Dave: Tarry, earthy peat smoke and medicinal leather - sharpie ink - charred wood and ash. Like sipping Islay whiskey in the post-apocalypse.
No Perfume Notes: Birch tar, Leather, Resins, Labdanum, Woody notes