VOYAGER Sample Set
This VOYAGER fragrance sample set includes:
3. ROSEN BRIDGE
Perfumer: Nutt Wesshasartar
Bottle Material: Glass
Size: 2 mL / 0.07 fl. oz.
Made in: Thailand
VOYAGER fragrance sample set
Hungry big black bear is drooling now,
Sweet honey is waiting somehow.
Sniffing and climbing without getting tired,
Grab the sweet honey and be satisfied.
Both the poem and scent are inspired by a journey filming a documentary about bears in Khao Yai National Park in Nakorn Rachasima province. It depicts a gigantic black bear climbing up a tree to fetch a beehive for a meal. Bears have this behavior of rubbing their body with trees to locate their territory or ripping off tree barks to find food. When a bear comes across a beehive that is not too far from the ground, it will use it’s paws and mouth to tear up the beehive into pieces with hunger, which in the same time, scatters the aroma of the barks and beehive allover the area. Even though this may look brutal, but it is just part of the natural food chain, and is a great influence for us to create this perfume.
Bergamot, Lemon, Lime , Champaca, Hay, Honey, Nutmeg, Orange Blossom, Ylang Ylang, Cedarwood, Cocoa, Oakmoss, Tonka bean, Vetiver
Long scaly white creature is trotting by,
Finding a spot to rest its shiny eyes.
Grass under paws is swept to fly,
Sniffing flowers as a lullaby.
“Mhom” is a fictional animal living in the Himmapan forest. Its unique features are combinations of several animals. We can often find “Mhom” in temples with close connection to the Lanna villagers. This poem is about a “Mhom”, which is covered with white scales, living in the forest and seeking for a good place to take a nap. After finding a good place in the woods to blend in, “Mhom” lays on its back far away from the city, sniffing flowers and finally falls asleep.
Chamomile, Clary Sage, Neroli, Peppermint, Frangipani, Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Solar Note, Marshmallow, Sandalwood
A loving message travelling in space,
Collecting sweet and sourness through tract and trace.
Surpassing infinite star cycle of death and birth,
Finally made its own way back to earth.
This poem describes part of the movie, Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan, that inspired the creation of this perfume. The scene is when the leading actor was trapped in Rosen Bridge, finding a way back to planet earth.
Portraying a scent is challenging in a similar way to the leading actor in this movie, being trapped in space trying to contact his daughter back on earth. Selecting an aroma representing space is not easy because it is beyond our senses, but with our imagination and the cycle of stars in space, consisting of formation, explosion and death, leads us to seek for the best aroma representing each stage of the cycle. The first smell is sweet, feeling warm like a newly born star. Followed by an acidic scent of shining stars and a bitter smokey smell of the dissolved star dust.
Coca-cola, Cypress, Lavender, Metallic, Smoke, Earthy, Vanilla, Woody