Bubblegum Chic contains jasmine sambac, tuberose and white musk. Heeley also lists some other ‘ingredients’, which he says are things that inspired the fragrance (and I’m pretty sure these aren’t okay with IFRA...)- these are: Extrait de Glamour, Pink, Passion, Lips, Mouth, Soft, Warmth, Omniverous, Sparkle, Appetite, Forbidden, Fun, Fatale, Fruit, Desire, Smile, Sweet, Skin, Shining, Intoxicate, Insatiable, Girls.
L’Amandiere contains green almond, hyacinth, rose and jasmine. Other ‘ingredients’ are extrait de spring, clear, joy, air, blossom, growth, orchard, almonds, pretty, morning, green, grass, silver, dew, mayflowers, bluebells, trees, wild violets, hyacinths, night, jasmine, faith, light, night, day, love.
Agarwood - Heeley seemed slightly apologetic about making an oud fragrance but in his defense he started on this about four years ago - notes are: benzoin, rose, oud, cedarwood, amber. Also included are: Extrait de devotion, serenity, eagle, prayer, space, meditation, temple, prince, Siddhartha, gold, dark, wood, forest, power, mind, fertility, mist, rising, control, wealth, poverty, spirit, forever.
I quite like the idea of these alternative ingredients - as while hardcore perfume fans may know what oud and benzoin, for example, smell like - most people have no idea, they’d be more likely to get an idea of the fragrance from the alternate notes. And you’ve got to love any fragrance that lists ‘eagle’ and ‘power’ in its ingredients list!
James says that though the juice is finished, the packaging isn’t quite finished yet, he promised to send pictures when they are finished.