Room 1015 Atramental – Eau de Parfum – Sample
Room 1015 Atramental – Eau de Parfum – Sample
Room 1015 Atramental – Eau de Parfum – Sample

“The idea behind ATRAMENTAL was to create a perfume inspired by the tattoo experience with notes of leather and ink. A fragrance with a raw feel: Castoreum and smoked leather notes that remind the damaged skin, metallic notes as a reference to blood and notes of ink together with fresh and clean bergamot. So addictive…just like tattoos.” Dr. Mike (Room 1015 Founder)

Perfumer: Anne-Sophie Behaghel

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass bottle with atomizer

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

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Room 1015
Atramental – Eau de Parfum – Sample

Eau de Parfum
€3.90 * / 0.0015 l
(€2,600.00 / 1 l)

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

In stock
2-3 Delivery time

Available in Store

  • Vegan
  • Less waste
  • Travel-size

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Atramental – Eau de Parfum – 10ml
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Atramental – Eau de Parfum – 100ml
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Atramental – Eau de Parfum – Sample

Atramental - Eau de Parfum by Room 1015 reminds of tattoos that tell your story, your dreams and your protests… Your skin is clean, but not blank. Eau de Cologne does not erase black water. In a strum, Bergamot succumbs to Black Pepper. Cistus excites the top notes. Cardamom and an Aqueous note float away and indelible ink warms the skin with Saffron notes that stay. Resins and Suderal bleed over the heart. Castoreum structures the skeleton, deeply imprinting it with its animal fascination. A tribal scent, a mental decal.

Top Notes: Bergamot, Lemon, Cistus, Aqueous Note
Heart Notes: Cardamom, Black Pepper
Base Notes: Dry Woods, Saffron, Suderal, Vegan Castoreum

Room 1015
Room 1015
Gegründet: 2015
Herkunft: France

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