A couple of years ago we discovered Australian Buddhawood, and made The Buddhawood Box, a fragrance so woodsy that some people adored it and others throught it was like being hit on the head with a finely worked Aussie cricket bat. We started again, and Bodhi Language was the result. We still use Buddhawood, and cedar, sandalwood and white oudh to make it. We add rum extract and creamy musks, an aroma compound named Cedramber, because it smells like amber and cedar rolled in to one, a hint of vanilla, and then there's just a touch of the Earl Grey tea botanical, bergamot essential oil. It's softer and gentle, still with a whole tropical forest of woods, but as if they've been smoothed and polished, and served a nice relaxing rum cocktail.
Perfumery Dialect: woods
Top Notes: bergamot
Heart Notes: malt whiskey, buddhawood, boronia, gardenia, redbush
Base Notes: sandalwood, cedarwood, white oudh, ambergris
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Linalool, Geraniol, Limonene, Benzyl Benzoate
Bodhi Language is now suitable for vegans but previous batches contained ambergris.