BLACKBIRD products are handmade in Seattle, Washington, USA.
SCENT NOTES: geranium, rose stem, moss, mint
Pronounced "eye," which means love in Japanese and Chinese. There's a modern elegance about this ultra-green scent. Geranium's dark lush flora casts its rosy scent over perfectly symmetrical marble pathways. The soil is rich and never goes without water. The summer is cooled by the shade of architecture.
SCENT NOTES: New Orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig, cedarwood
A mature collection of moss specimens from the damp swampy forests of New Orleans, trapped in a box, individually tagged, identified and accounted for. Bright and alive, damp and ancient.
SCENT NOTES: Dragon’s Blood, frankincense, benzoin, spices, dust
Mars is a terrestrial incense consisting of imaginary resins and spices from the red planet. Our rovers traverse the rocky terrain searching for signs of alien life within the silica regolith. Mars smells of warm red spicy things with a bright and dusty incense at its core. Believe it or not, our team of Martians hand form every cone in the image of Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system.
SCENT NOTES: gardenia, tobacco, bay, guaiacwood, sandalwood, tonka bean
Utopian plastic flowers layered over idyllic futurist tobacco smoke. The perfect family in their perfect home where everyone smells beautiful and all secrets are brushed under the rug. Softly dark tobacco blends with bright gardenia and spicy bay for a sensual and provocative accord.
SCENT NOTES: guaiacwood, teak, oud, copaiba balsam, frankincense, cedarwood, black pepper, nutmeg, choya loban, nagarmotha, sandalwood, smoke, myrrh and vetiver
Cold incense and woods burning in the distance of a frozen modern terrain. Targa harnesses earth's primal smoke and restructures it to feel fresh and contemporary in our ever-evolving world.
SCENT NOTES: agarwood/oud, black pepper, sage, patchouli, geranium, cedarwood
Tilde ~ is the little squiggle punctuation mark at the far left on your keyboard. The punctuation mark on your day that provokes primal earth and ancient woods to play with the fresh green growth of wild flowers, shrubs and cedar saplings.