Launched in 2015, Tan d'Epices by Andree Putman is a joyful mix of spices is delectably invigorating. Heliotrope initiates this fragrant conversation, the smooth, almond-ish textures it imparts paving the way for the spicy, vivacious center of this scent. Cinnamon is intensely woody and warm, it's curling bark simultaneously stimulating our sense of cold as well as heat. Incense is a momentary reprieve between piquant acts, a shimmering curtain of smoke and scent. Gingerbread is tangy and rich, a glistening object almost leaden, moist density that momentarily inspires boozy remembrances of dark, viscous rum. Cedar issues forth as red fumes, a fiery character that grounds and improves the range of this scent, from gourmand to infinity. Benzoin pops like a bottle of champagne, it's fizzing, insistent sweetness as playful as it is glamorous. A lush, insouciant fragrance Tan d'Epices is utterly irresistible.
Heliotrope, Cinnamon Bark, Incense, Gingerbread, Cedarwood, Benzoin