Zoologist Rabbit

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Zoologist Rabbit was released in 2024, created by Fanny Bal. Leaning a little earthy carrot cake gourmand, it has notes of green leaves, cinnamon, apple, bergamot, carrot, violet, clover, jasmine, biscuit, hay, vanilla, white almond, musk and patchouli.

An excerpt From Zoologist

"Tonight, the air is green with clover, hay,
and little clumps of grasses on the breeze,
unsettled dirt, the dusty mysteries
of rabbits tunnelling the dark. They stray
into the meadow, sniff the wind—bouquet
of violets. They hop in twos and threes,
their shadows cotton-tailed. Or else they freeze
when something feathered screeches far away.
They stand like tufted stones. But now the night
goes soft and jasmine-sweet again. A scent
of petals presses to their fur. There’s fruit
to eat. There is the skittering delight
of digging into earth, the sediment
of dreams perfumed with carrot-top and root.
– Jehanne Dubrow

Zoologist Rabbit is an extrait de parfum, edp.

Reviews of Zoologist Rabbit

Fragrantica - "This is quite something! Earth yet sweet, not too sweet. Soft and delicate. On the dry down it really reminds me of Marissa Zappa's "Maggie the Cat is Alive I'm Alive!" but I like this one better because of that carrot note and it's not as sharp. "

Fragrantica - "On me, Rabbit starts with a similar vibe than Accident á La Vanille, wonderful buttery vanilla cake. After a few mins, it turns into a lemon curd/cheescake where the chees is pretty dry and loud. This cheesy vibe remains, but it becomes creamier and buttery, the cheese here is more like mascarpone. After about half an hour, the herbal notes creep in, the palette will be expanded with wet chaff and aromatic vegetables. The scent itself is green and aromatic but keeps it's sweet character. Apart from the initial few minutes, the base of the fragrance carries the cookie-cheesiness, herbal notes and chaff but the almond also joins it with dry hay. I almost forgot to mention, it's a very sweet fragrance."

Fragrantica - "The opening for me is a fruity, powdery, floral with hints of spice and that sweet biscuitiness! Ive never smelled anything like it before!
As it dries down, the hay note is just noticeable, but the sweetness keeps on coming. I don't get any green from this fragrance whatsoever, it's all sweet and fruity for me!
I also don't get carrot cake! I get apple pie made with a crumbly crust and warm spices. This really is a bunny in her warren, fuzzy and warm, baking away using apples, cinnamon and a buttery biscuit pastry to create a truly unique, beautiful spring fragrance that I simply can't put down!"

Fragrantica - "This, initially, is a blast of hay and biscuits. I get pretty much 0 greenness, apart from the apple, which is there throughout the whole experience on my skin, along with the hay. It sweetens up pretty fast and smells like a sugary biscuit until later on when a soft musk comes out. If you’ve ever smelled a cat’s little fluffy head, this is what this smells like, but with added sweetness. And hay. And more biscuits. It’s just mouthwatering and it makes me feel bad for speaking ill of Zoologist in the past. I’m saving up for a full bottle."

Fragrantica - " god, it's gorgeous! To me, the drydown smells like a delicious crisscross cookie. Its incredibly powdery in the best way possible, like crumbs stuck all over your mouth. I feel like im at a tea party in a dollhouse! This is for sure going to be my signature until there's not a single drop left."