“SMELL ME” (Head Notes): Bergamot, Ambrette Seed, Clary Sage France, Too Much Black Pepper*
“DRINK ME” (Heart Notes): Carrot Heart, Orris Concrete, English Tea, White Roses (Painted Red)
“EAT ME” (Bottom Notes): Sandalwood India, Broom Absolute Italy, Fleur de Lait (Steamed Milk Accord)
* …and, no, the black pepper is not too much. It is balanced to perfection!
The fragrance was created by Mackenzie Reilly who states: "First of all, Lost Alice is not your typical gourmand! It does have gourmand attributes, but it also has facets of citrus, woods, florals, musks, resins, and herbs. In fact, it’s a bit of an enigma... much like Alice herself; elusive and hard to define. The top of the fragrance has fresh tea notes, which incorporate bergamot, black pepper, sage, and mate absolute. The heart goes into a delectable cake with ginger, carrot heart, iris, rose, and broom absolute. The dry down is an addictive cocooning blend of fleur de lait, steamed milk, and musk. I think the journey from top to dry is really special, as it evolves so much and so smoothly on the skin, while still surprising you with each new note that appears.”
Lost Alice is an eau de parfum, edp.
Reviews of Masque Milano Lost Alice
Excerpt from cafleurebon: The pepper and bergamot in the top act like a Rossini-like overture, full of elation and vigour. Following in quick succession is that delicious scone-carrot cake accord, dripping melted butter and caramel. But before things get too sweet, it gets all dirtied up with musk from that ambrette. As the various accords coalesce, Lost Alice becomes wonderfully lovely. Dreamy, clever, luscious and sophisticated, this is one of the best, most beautifully composed tea scents I have ever smelled. If ever there was a reason to throw oneself headlong down the perfume rabbit hole, this is it.