Begin your discovery with the 7 most popular niche fragrances from House of Matriarch. The assortment includes the top unisex sellers of 2019 so far, updated for Autumn: Coco Blanc, Kazimi, Black No1, Epiphany, Toukka Ta Tao, The Longing & Orca.
For fragrance connoisseurs, Coco Blanc is the “gourmand gold standard” – a fragrance savored and adored all around the world for it's universal beauty. You will fall in love with this 100% natural perfume’s yummy gourmand notes.
Hints of white ginger, ruh gulab (an attar style rose oil) Edward Rose and Rose Bourbania twinkle in the opening. Exceptionally rare, oud-like Green Heart Wood from Kenya is hardly detectable to most noses, yet imparts it’s magic for an amplifying and softening effect that is dreamy, ancient and spacious. Opoponax resinoid is sweet, and smells vintage, hinting at suede. Exotic spices are present during the entire drydown, providing interest without dominating.
A living work of liquid art, our first cult classic was launched as BLACKBIRD in 2012. Named “SEXIEST SCENT” at the International Artisan Fragrance Awards, TOP MEN’S FRAGRANCE by Men’s Journal Magazine and BEST OF THE WEST by Sunset Magazine, this worldly and penetrating perfume contains more than 300 exotic natural essences and a living spirit of it's own.
Triple gold medal award winning Hidcote Pink Lavender, organically grown and artisan distilled on the Olympic Peninsula is the crown jewel of this modern chypre formulation.
The "tropical get-away" ambiance is the result of a blend of 129 individually layered fruits, flowers, spices, tinctures and Christi's special "beach musk" accented by notes of lilikoi, plai, kava and sesame.
ORCA began over a century ago. Natural grey ambergris - washed onto a New Zealand shore in the late 1800's - discovered by a shrewd beachcomber and passed from generation to generation. Here you will find the timeless magic of the Ocean - sparkling, exotic and effervescent. Exalting notes construct a pedestal upon which this rare vintage ambergris reigns supreme.
Review from Luca Turin: "If HoM is anything to go by, niche perfumery is growing up fast, both in presentation and in content. Beautiful blue bottles with coppery labels; a distinctive look, half steampunk and half Islamic-abstract; consistently good, properly worked-out perfumes with apt but not hyperbolic names; and an overall cast of high quality and good humor.