Zoologist Cow was released in 2022, created by Nathalie Feisthauer. It has notes of sage, apple, milk, lily of the valley, heliotrope, violet, jasmine, cedarwood, vetiver, benzoin, musks and amber. (*Synthetic notes. Zoologist Cow does not use animal products.}
An excerpt From Zoologist
"Lush green pastures tumble toward the horizon, arching beneath the imposing silhouette of a mountain range. Cumulus clouds roll across a bright blue sky, their massive shadows gliding over a peacefully grazing herd. In a corner of the meadow, a tiny calf braces quivering limbs and, with a mighty lurch, stumbles up to take its maiden steps. Its velvet snout prods, rooting at its mother, until the release of warm milk signals a satisfying welcome to this vast new world.
Zoologist Cow brings to mind a bucolic scene, a myriad of scents from Mother Nature’s nurturing bosom. Innocent florals sway among soft grasses, while apple gently sweetens the soft aroma of fresh milk. The result is a place both familiar and reassuring, where warm arms unfold to welcome us into a loving embrace. A place called home."
Zoologist Cow is an extrait de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica - "I'm getting a fresh cut grass with a little floral (liatris, not sage) that becomes more prominent as the green recedes. On me, this is a very light scent, even with overspray. No milk whatsoever or animalic allusion. Perhaps a bit of cliche, but maybe a tiny shot of clover here would have complemented the theme. In any case, Cow (in its cute LE bottle) will be taking a place of pride on my perfume shelf."
Fragrantica "Cow by Zoologist smells to me in the best possible way like Herbal Essence shampoo and Oatmilk. At first I get a blast of sweet apple and light florals, after it settles into my skin I can start to smell milk in the background then combined with the florals gives off a oat feel. Cow would be great for an everyday fragrance. It’s comforting and inoffensive to wear in all settings but unique enough to be a signature scent. It’s extremely cold where I live right now so I’m looking forward to see how Cow works in the warmer weather. Lasting power is great (6 hours is good for me)."
Fragrantica - "Probably my favorite zoologist perfume! Very picturesque, a vision of cows grazing on verdant prairies under the azure sky. Milky chords paired up with the sour-sweet apples, while jasmine and sage is tenderly swaying in the breeze."