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Zoologist Bee Parfum Extrait
Zoologist Bee Parfum Extrait
Zoologist Bee Parfum Extrait


(1 customer review)
4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
Product Type: Parfum Extrait
Brand: Zoologist
Country of Origin: Canada
Fragrance Family: Floral Oriental
Style: Unisex

The spring day seems still and peaceful. Yet beneath the wildly splattered canvas of a blossom-strewn meadow, thousands engage in a desperate race for survival. Worker bees toil at a frantic pace, ferrying a precious cargo of nectar and pollen to deposit it within cramped honeycomb cells, where it will nurture drones and larvae under the eye of a regal queen. In the claustrophobic hive, a deafening buzz offers evidence of the bees’ devotion to duty, not a single worker pausing to question its role in perpetual grind of life in the queendom.

Like the frantic hustle of the bee through a maze of multi-faceted scents, Zoologist Bee delivers a surreal experience. The rich aroma of honey captivates, while alluring florals, royal jelly, animalic beeswax and regal incense unite to create a buzz, offering excitement, and the sweet rewards of life.

Zoologist Bee contains beeswax and bees are not harmed in its harvesting.

Fragrance Notes: Orange, Ginger Syrup, Royal Jelly Accord, Broom, Heliotrope, Mimosa, Orange Flower, Benzoin, Labdanum, Musks, Sandalwood, Tonka, Vanilla

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1 review for Bee

  1. Helen (verified owner)

    Zoologist is a creative house with ideas I find myself drawn to, so I returned eagerly to sample their newest fragrance, Bee. I’m not a fan of applying gloopy honey or syrupy sucrose to my skin, so I welcome that Bee is more a flowers with honey dollop type, reminding me at once of Zoologist’s two other releases, Hummingbird and Nightingale, and to a lesser extent, Oriza L. Legrand’s Jardin D’Armide, with its honey-battered dance of flowers. I detect similarities between the three Zoos: Bee shares Hummingbird’s muddled application on contact and Nightingale’s doughy, vintage-inspired flowers, albeit of a different bouquet arrangement, as shown in the above notes description. I’ve smelled this before and know that I am smelling something of a simulated honey effect. Sorry, that’s as best a I can describe it. *4 Stars*

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