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House of Matriarch Bonsai

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Bonsai is the scent of entering a Zen garden; a timeless and sacred place. Breathing deeply, your heart opens to the scents of incense, mosses and spicy earth. Bonsai features notes of alligator juniper, black copal, aglaia, chrysanthemum, evergreens, conifers, balsamic woods, incense and spices. It is 98.5% natural and is an extrait de parfum.

Created by founder and perfumer Christi Meshell, House of Matriarch's fragrances are made using the highest quality, certified kosher, natural ethanol distilled in Washington (from organic apples and grapes) so they will continue to smell better and better with time. Halal approved. 

HOUSE OF MATRIARCH BONSAI REVIEWS

Fragrantica: Bonsai starts with a rush of cut wildflower stems and develops into ancient forest temple— dusty, humid corridors, layers of snuffed incense sinking into dry wood, and strange flowers being more of a memory of a place or time than a strictly good scent (although it is). Sweet copal balances the darker resins. A big incense fragrance I feel comfortable wearing in 86F weather. Dry, woody, and bright.

Fragrantica: A beautiful evergreen forest in Washington after a rainy Spring Day. Best unisex green fragrance I’ve ever smelled in my life. Full bottle worthy.

Fragrantica: This absolutely knocked my socks off. It is similar to Fille en Aiguilles by Serge Lutens, but different enough that you could justify having both. This is a glorious clean green piney fragrance that doesn't smell like a cleaning product and is heavenly on anyone regardless of gender. 

Fragrantica: This is the type of fragrance that could very well stop your search for the perfect green scent. Matriarch uses natural ingredients and you can truly smell it here. Opens with the smell of truly realistic damp wet grass. It's linear with not much progress going on other than it getting slightly dryer after an hour. It doesn't get anything better than this when it comes to photorealistic smell of grass. Sample it, you'll thank me later.

Fragrantica: A unique and interesting aromatic green fragrance centered around green grassy notes, this is a nice summer scent for the more adventurous minded. The scent opens with slight notes of juniper, pepper and cypress. The heart has the green grassy accord surrounded by slight chrysanthemum and aglaia. The perfume as it dries off gives hints of cedar and incense. Like being in a grass strewn field on a foggy morning. Unisex, moderate sillage and projection and moderate longevity. If you love scents like Philosykos you have to check this one out. Enjoy!

Fragrantica: Like all the other scents I have either purchased or sampled from this House, this one smells as if no expense was spared. The cyprus is the strongest I have smelled from any fragrance, ever, so if you love cyprus this scent is made for you. The chrysanthemum also comes across as lush and deep. I have just put this on a couple of hours ago so I can't say with authority how long it will last, but nothing stays on my skin all that long (a few exceptions to this). It seems a scent that can be worn almost any time of year. A day scent that will not overwhelm others with its sillage. Unique, and that is hard to say in a time with so many are trying come up with something new in fragrance.

 

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  • Helen - 21st Jan 2022

    4
    There’s a note that feels strange.

    I don’t know what note it is I don’t agree with, but if you’re into photorealistic swamp marshes, instead give Pineward Oxylus a sample. I camped out in the Big Easy and know what it’s like: mosquitos & malaria, toads & alligators. Daddy Longlegs! Despite not being into it, Oxylus is an experience worth having once in a lifetime.

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  • Helen - 21st Jan 2022

    4
    There’s a note that feels strange.

    I don’t know what note it is I don’t agree with, but if you’re into photorealistic swamp marshes, instead give Pineward Oxylus a sample. I camped out in the Big Easy and know what it’s like: mosquitos & malaria, toads & alligators. Daddy Longlegs! Despite not being into it, Oxylus is an experience worth having once in a lifetime.

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