Imaginary Authors Yesterday Haze
Imaginary Authors Saint Julep was released in 2017, created by Josh Meyer. Notes of tangerine, mint, sugar, magnolia, whiskey, ambergris and watery notes.
All of the Imaginary Authors have a story that accompanies them. Here is the story of Saint Julep from the Imaginary Authors website: "On the outskirts of Clarksdale, Mississippi, at the end of a secluded dirt road sat a small ramshackle church. It was not a place of worship but rather where many went to seek refuge during impoverished times. Legend has it the structure was transported to the wild mint field by hand, hoisted on the shoulders of two dozen men. The outside remained simple and nondescript but the interior was aglow with pilfered neon signs, Christmas lights, and a jukebox donated by the sheriff’s son. It was a distinctly secular place where locals who knew where to find it could share moonshine, socialize, and dance their troubles away. They called their ramshackle juke joint Saint Julep and the oral histories compiled within paint a picture of that magical place where “the smiles are always free and salvation had the distinct smell of sweet mint.”
Imaginary Authors Saint Julep is an eau de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica - "This fragrance is original. I do not know why, because the notes are different, but I find the same vibes of Baccarat Rouge but less linear (the background is similar), I agree with the comments below. 100% unisex for all seasons. The quality is here!"
Fragrantica - "I mean this in the best way possible and not at all in a bad way but it smells like your lover that smokes and attempts to hide the smell of cigarettes with minty gum. It's not cheap smelling, I hope readers of this review don't get that impression. No, it's fantastical. Natural. Like a movie character in a bottle. I'm so in love with this it's almost impossible."
Fragrantica - "The opening has a burnt sugar affect, but soon that morphs into a Bourbon/citrus blend, (Bourbon like Baker’s or Blanton’s, with more of a caramel taste) reminiscent of past summer days drinking Pimms; a self indulgent, absent “Tennessee Williams day,” trying to impress a young lady in a sundress and a floppy hat. I feel comfortable wearing Saint Julep, and it “works” on these hot, desert like days, in Utah."