Zoologist – Bat

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Cavernous and mysterious | Aromatica fruital

This unique olfactory experience carries you with the fruit bat to a sumptuous feast in a lush tropical jungle, before whisking you down to the recesses of its cavernous home.

Top Notes: Banana, Soft Fruits, Damp Earth.

Heart Notes: Fig, Tropical Fruits, Mineral Notes, Myrrh, Resins, Vegetal Roots.

Base Notes: Furry Musks, Leather, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Tonka.

Nose: Ellen Covey

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Description

Bat

Zoologist Bat escorts you on an odyssey through the night. This unique olfactory experience carries you with the fruit bat to a sumptuous feast in a lush tropical jungle, before whisking you down to the recesses of its cavernous home. Sweet figs and soft fruits ensnare you with addictive notes, then beckon you deep with primordial mineral scents that evoke a rugged enclosure redolent with hints of damp soil and vegetal roots. Allow yourself to hang, draped in pitch black, as alluring musk wafts over you with every unfolding of the thousands of leathery wings that surround you.

Mystical, mysterious murmurings glide upon a blanket of inky sky. Shadows smear across the moonlight, their darting journey shrouded in darkness. Bats, the only mammal capable of true flight, are enigmatic and alien.

Zoologist Bat is designed by Dr. Ellen Covey, winner of the 2015 Art and Olfaction Awards. She is both a master perfumer and a university professor who has studied bats extensively, and she now shares her insight and creativity through this one-of-a-kind perfume.

Winner of the Art and Olfaction Awards 2016 in the Independent category.

Zoologist - Bat

Additional information

Size

Eau de Parfum 60ml

Olfactory group

Aromatic

Gender

Man and Woman

Nose

Ellen Covey

Country

Canada

Year

2015

Perfumer

Zoologist - Ellen Covey

Ellen Covey is a professor at the University of Washington, but has also been growing orchids commercially since 2006. Fascinated by the fragrances of orchid flowers, she established Olympic Orchids Perfumes in 2010, and has since expanded her line to include a wide variety of genres.

She has received worldwide acclaim and multiple awards for her fragrances, including twice winning the prestigious Institute for Art and Olfaction Award, once for Woodcut in 2015, and again for Zoologist Bat in 2016. Her approach to perfumery is to create fragrances of the highest possible quality while making sure they are affordable.

Her line runs the gamut from vintage-type florals through contemporary niche, including highly conceptual and experimental scents.

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