DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON: A COLOGNE INSPIRED BY HEMINGWAY
Notes: Bay Leaf, Tobacco, Fennel, Bergamot, Champagne, Sandalwood, Egyptian Musk, Clovebud
No one exemplified salty machismo quite like literary master and member of the Lost Generation, Ernest Hemingway. His writing style was simple, brief, and elegant which was in stark contrast to a colorful life spent driving ambulances in war zonesand enjoying afternoons watching bullfights. A hard drinker with a love for absinthe in particular, Hemingway wrote some of the 20th century’s most famous works – For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and the Sea, and A Farewell to Arms.
Death in the Afternoon Cologne Oil celebrates lovablecurmudgeons with notes of tobacco pipe, vegan Egyptian musk, champagne, bay leaf, sandalwood, fennel, and bergamot. This unisex scent is reminiscent of a strong glass of absinthe and leather-bound books.