Astier de Villatte Tucson is based off of their very popular scent in candles and incense and launched in 2022 . Created by Alexandria Monet, it has notes of amber, earth, labdanum, immortelle, thyme and birch.
From the brand - "A torrid desert of wild beauty, an impressive tide of deliriously shaped giant cacti, a fantastic rodeo... From the bottle escape dizzying scents: the intoxicating fragrance of strawflowers from the maquis and sun-heated dunes, the aromatic and slightly animal notes of thyme; scents of red earth scorched with the heat of birch mingle with the delicious smell of sweet amber exhaled by the resin from the cistus labdanum, a shrub from Mediterranean countries."
Astier de Villatte is an artisanal, ultrachic home store opened in 1996 by Parisian designers Ivan Pericoli and Benoît Astier de Villatte who met at Beaux Arts in Paris.
Fragrantica - "This is a fantastic, spicy amber fragrance. There must be spices in this that aren't listed in the note breakdown. The immortelle in this goes in the maple syrup direction (and not the curry direction). The labdanum gives a nice amber effect and even contributes a hint of leather (especially early on in its development). It is somewhat aromatic/herbal...I'm guessing from the thyme. The far drydown is an addictive, slightly powdery amber with spice. Overall, the performance on me is good. It lasts ALL day, but it's not a loud or "beast-mode" scent. Leans masculine in my opinion. This has a similar vibe to Idole EDP by Lubin, if you were to switch out the saffron and replace it with sweet immortelle; I'd say they are cousins, and if you like the one you'd like the other. Glad I tried this, it's a really great one!"