This scent is a snapshot of Henri Chatillon’s later years. As he retired to his mansion with his new bride, Odile Delor Lux, he kept a portrait of his dearly departed first wife, daughter of an Oglala Lakota chief, hidden under the floorboards in the attic. This is the scent of a midnight rendezvous with forlorn nostalgia by the light of an oil-burning lamp, with the scent of berries and daffodils from the garden below wafting through the window.
- Berries, peaches, daffodils, orange blossoms
- Lamp oil, burning wick, bourbon, red cedar
- Mahogany, leather, musk
There will also be limited edition run of aftershave, toner and shaving soap in Declaration Grooming’s Icarus base (soap only available directly at Declaration Grooming)