Zoologist Seahorse was released in 2021, created by Julien Rasquinet.
A foamy unisex floral aquatic scent with notes of Fennel, Ambrette, Guatemalan Cardamom, Clary Sage, Neroli, Tuberose, Algae, Ambergris, Vetiver. (*Synthetic notes. Zoologist Koala does not use animal products.}
An excerpt From Zoologist
"Balmy sunlight trips across foamy turquoise waves, sending rippling haloes onto the coral below. On the lagoon floor, anemone and seaweed sway in unison, limbs pumping to the rhythm of the current. Hovering among the coral branches, a group of seahorses gazes shyly on. The pulsating beat calls to them and two pair off, their tails entwined in a delicate waltz. Soon their passion is spent, but the memory of the dance lives on. For the pouch of the male seahorse tenderly cradles a precious clutch of eggs.
Zoologist Seahorse invites you to wade through a vibrant coral garden. This unisex scent turns expectation on its head. With such surprising couplets as tuberose and seaweed, sage and neroli, and fennel and vetiver, this delightful melody will sweep you away on a wave of joy and abandon."
Zoologist Seahorse is an extrait de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica - "This is such a beautiful uplifting fragrance, if just for the cardamom / tuberose combination alone. The tuberose in Snowy Owl was superb, and it's just as wonderful in here as well. The cardamom is so soft, and the florals are so perfectly blended with it to create a dreamy experience of weightlessness. The algae absolute in here is nowhere near as challenging as the note may suggest; it's just enough to be interesting without overwhelming. Like most Zoologist fragrances, repeated wears will result in noticing different nuances each time. It's complex without shouting it at you. Seahorse is incredibly easy and delightful to wear, and could very well be their best "Summer" release yet."
Fragrantica - "bursts to life after a minute of warming up on skin. It's a rich, musky scent with hints of spices and florals. I don't distinctly smell the fennel but I think it lends the fragrance a bit of a salty, herbal smell. I would not consider this scent to be marine, despite the stereotypical ocean-aquatic opening. This portion fades -- as expected, since these are just top notes -- and then the scent morphs into a "my scent but better" aura of musk, vetiver, and (synthetic) ambergris."