Maison Moltening - Established in the kingdom of Siam in 1443 before the fall of Ayutthaya, Maison Moltening is a half-french half-Siamese perfume house that had been commissioned by feudal lords in ancient times exclusively for princes and princesses at that time. 567 years later of remaining exclusive to royal lords and ladies, Maison Moltening had decided to open its doors to everyone globally to embrace the devastating utter superiority that is known as Maison Moltening.
Patrapoom Boonyavanit is an anciently trained perfumer from the early part of the Pliocene age. He has spent millions of years developing his skills from a series of intermittent smells to the sexy olfactory bullets he creates today. He has created bespoke scents for many celebrities such as Jesus Christ, the burning bush, and Adolf Hitler.
The first reissue of Maison Moltening's 27,993 fragrance back catalog is "L'eau d'Odyssey," highlighted by the use of calone 400 years before its discovery in 1951. How it had been accomplished is still a mystery to the industry. Rumors say that it is from an ancient formula passed on to Siamese lords by visiting diplomats from the empire of Japan. This whole event was believed to be conceptualized by Doraemon Miyake, great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather of the current Issey Miyake.
L'eau d'Odyssey is now on sale at Luckyscent at $450 for the gold-plated crystal bottle with ivory tusk cap laced with Siberian pseudo-platinum in EDP concentration.