Humiecki and Graef: Bosque - New Fragrance

by Sandra Rose, 05th April, 2010

Humiecki & Graef have added another unisex fragrance to their line, their seventh eau de toilette concentrée: Bosque – A fragrance about contentment.

The name comes from the Spanish word for bosk, meaning a copse or grove, and has been considered a place of peace and happiness, and as a sanctuary to the Gods.

The fragrance contains notes of primrose, narcissus absolute, buffalo grass, musk, grapefruit, vetiver and saffron. The unusual combination of buffalo grass and musk is reminiscent of the smell of warm skin. As with all Humiecki & Graef fragrances, Bosque contains 20 to 25% fragrance oils, a higher concentration than most Eau de Toilettes.

Bosque is now available in 100ml from Humiecki & Graef stockists.

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    • Magnifiscent | 9th April 2010 09:21

      Probably the most exciting "modern" fragrance I've smelled at Esxence 2010

    • tamashek | 29th April 2010 17:49

      I can't wait to try it. I usually like grass notes.

    • SculptureOfSoul | 11th September 2010 11:18

      Anyone know where you can get a sample of this in the US? This sounds excellent. My girlfriend loves daffodils (narcissus) and I'd love to get her a sample of this.

      If anyone can shed more thoughts on this I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!