CB I Hate Perfume Black March was launched in 2006, created by Christopher Brosius. Inspired by the Black March poem by Stevie Smith, "I have a friend at the end of the world. His name is a breath of fresh air." This is spring, complete with dirt, rain, wood, sap, pure loam and your fingers digging in the garden.
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CB I Hate Perfume Black March Reviews
Fragrantica - "I feel it's entirely spring soil in t.s. eliot's connotations of spring (april is the cruelest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain) with all this almost contained, restless or reckless life under the surface. It's a really intense experience of a fragrance for me and I love it! "
Fragrantica - " love it. It makes me feel I'm in a soaking wet place with trees, bushes, grass, decaying leaves etc, a very lush and woodsy, earthy place. I love it. It's what I love doing - being out in the rain, in amongst the trees and leaves, on a wet soggy ground. Beautiful. It brings back my favourite memories of being in the bush as a child - the earthy green lush smells, especially on a rainy day.
Fragrantica - "his one starts as pure potting soil, then segues into tree sap. Gardening gloves mixed with hope. Although it's an unexpected smell, I think it's a pleasing one for most people, whether they know it or not, rich with associations and early memories."
|| CB I Hate Perfume Black March
|| Christopher Brosius
|| Rain drops, leaf buds, wet twigs, tree sap, bark, mossy earth and the faintest hint of Spring flower bulbs
|Country of Origin
|| United States