Room 1015 - Electric Wood - Eau de Parfum 100ml 01
Room 1015 - Electric Wood - Eau de Parfum 100ml 01
Room 1015 Electric Wood – Eau de Parfum

“A woody fragrance straight out of a guitar case, with powerful notes of cedar and powdery Iris notes. I will always remember the day i got my first guitar. I was 12 years old, It was a Gibson. I was struck by its smell, like an unique mix of wood, lacquer and metal… I think the perfume ELECTRIC WOOD was born that day.” Dr. Mike (Room 1015 Founder)

Perfumer: Anne-Sophie Behaghel

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass bottle with atomizer

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.

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Room 1015
Electric Wood – Eau de Parfum – 100ml

Eau de Parfum
€139.00 * / 0.1 l
(€1,390.00 / 1 l)

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

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  • Less waste
  • Vegan
  • Travel-size

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Electric Wood – Eau de Parfum – Sample

Electric Wood - Eau de Parfum by Room 1015 reminds of a guitar case that opens with a shudder to reveal its composed clutter: the electric shock of lacquered wood and the metallic slap of tight strings. (Ambroxan for the punch of wood and an overdose of Cedar for a noble touch…). The sweat of overheated, mistreated wood (Oak Wood and Hydrocarboresin for a sensual thrash). Late-night ash, a cloud of air, an injection of the past right into the veins (Iris and Nutmeg for their dust-powder aspect).

Top Notes: Nutmeg, Lemon, Sage
Heart Notes: Cedar Wood, Oak Wood
Base Notes: Ambroxan, Iris, Musk

Room 1015
Room 1015
Gegründet: 2015
Herkunft: France

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