Chinese Tobacco Eau De Parfum
“The ‘peace and love sign’ was designed in the 1950s by Gerald Holtom and was along with the peace hand sign adopted by anti-war activists during the 1970s. The name 19-69 stands for just this: freedom, tolerance and counterculture. The scent Chinese Tobacco by 19-69 is also a reminiscence of a visit I made to a restaurant in Kuala Terengganu. It was late at night, the air was filled with wonderful aromas from the kitchen area, while a group of men was smoking and playing cards."
Spicy, warm and woody.
- Volume: 100ml
- Top Notes: Italian bergamot, tobacco, red pepper, lemon
- Mid Notes: Ginger, coriander
- Base Notes: Incense resinoid, cedarwood, vanilla, tar, oud, vetiver