Super: formal – prefix from the Latin super, meaning above, beyond, expressing a superiority of quality, of the highest degree, hierarchical superiority: informal someone or something that is exceptional, superior, extraordinary.
Cedar: masculine, derived from the Latin cedrus, large tree with horizontal branches native to Africa, Asia and the Americas, diffuses a scent of dry wood, sagebrush and turpentine.
Cedar is, without a doubt, one of the most easily recognizable scents. Reminiscent of pencil shavings and fresh air, it evokes a sense of nostalgia in Ben Gorham for the simpler times of his school days. Equally evocative of log cabins and Scandinavian furniture, cedar is always warm, even when overtly modern. In the perfumer’s palette, its has the power to inject energy and lend verticality to a fragrance.
Here, we experience cedar as a lightweight lexicon of itself and its various invocations. Rose petals highlight cedar’s luminous qualities, while Haitian vetiver mirrors its sparkle. Silk musk replicates cedar’s the soft, smoldering thrill of cedar, texturally. An effortless staple, use Super Cedar when, like a perfumer, you’re seeking to reach your zenith.
Rose Petals, Virginian Cedarwood, Haitian Vetiver, Silk Musk