so have you read the blogs where there are allusions to the tears men cried as Nazis rolled into Czechoslovakia? Or that the name Humiecki & Graeb is taken from the maiden names of the owners Grandmothers? Or how the pepper gives the wearer a feel for what it was like to be tear gassed? All of these thoughts conveyed to bloggers by the two Czecks themselves and
"A resinous quality emerges that conjures up a witch's hut in a forest whose doorstep is announced by bunches of tied up herbs drying upside down. The area feels vaguely magic and enchanted but also dangerous. The forest motif here suggests also a place of liminal danger in reference to it having been a locus of traumatic experiences during WWII. It signals hidden executions and refuge places for escapees from concentration camps or Nazi raids (perfumer Christopher Laudamiel worked with historical photographies we are told, but we do not know if this type of reference was included)........"
I had asked about this a month or so ago when I saw decants available and it being compared to Mark Birley for Men. I'm glad it was a very small decant I got.
yes tears are now rolling down my eyes... and my ribs hurt