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(3 customer reviews)
5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
Product Type: Parfum Extrait
Brand: Zoologist
Country of Origin: Canada
Fragrance Family: Floral Woody
Style: Unisex


Their days are spent secluded in camouflage, the intricate pattern of their wings disguising them against a coarse backdrop of barks and rocks. When they finally stir, even their flight is concealed, shrouded beneath the cover of night. Moonlight ripples off a delicate coating of tiny hairs as their feathered antennae guide them in their search for a mate. Only one temptation can lure them from their quest. Should they succumb to the attraction of the flame, their urge to procreate may be quashed in a wisp of smoke and a smattering of ashes. At first encounter, the rich, gothic scent of Zoologist Moth may surprise but soon it hypnotizes. A heavy dose of dark spices jolts your senses before settling into a dusting of honey-sweet rose and powdery florals. Slowly, it tests its wings, taking flight on an exotic journey of nagarmotha, guaiac wood and patchouli. Beneath it all lingers a smoky undertone that serves as a constant reminder of the danger within the tantalizing flame. Perfumer: Tomoo Inaba

Zoologist Moth does not use animal products.

Fragrance Notes: Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove, Cumin, Lemon, Nutmeg, Saffron, Heliotrope, Iris, Jasmine, Mimosa, Muguet, Rose, Ambergris, Honey, Resins, Guaiac Wood, Musk, Nagarmotha, Oud, Patchouli, Smoke, Vetiver


Product SIZE: 60ml

Product SIZE: 0.7ml Sample
SKU: UZOO09774-P Categories: , , , , ,

3 reviews for Moth

  1. Helen

    As with Bat, I really wish the development of Moth wasn’t so hasty on my skin because I think Moth is another incredible fragrance by perfumer, Tomoo Inaba, creator of my favorite Zoologist fragrance, Nightingale. The moth flutters its wings through disparate elements of gasoline and honey; the flowers that ensue are encrusted with cinnamon. Suddenly, a moment of silence arises from the wake of chaos, where a lit match in the dark collapses into black peppery incense, and here is when I am reminded of UNUM LAVS. Bravo! On the one hand, I am totally loving the development, and on the other hand, I am wondering why oh why this little Moth makes a short but memorable appearance, only to leave a trail of flying dust in its wake, once the old book slams shut. The night is young. Take a breather and slow it down. 5 Stars.

  2. Helen

    P.S. I want Nightingale & Moth, the second which is replacing Dragonfly due to evaporation issues.

  3. Helen

    P.P.S. Changed my mind about Moth, as it will no doubt turn to bug water before I can have a second spritz. Too much deja vu going on, and I can’t pay for that anymore. Nightingale is the clear winner for me.

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