Fareb Eau de Parfum by Huiteme Art at The Perfume Shoppe.
“Fareb” is an acronym, Pierre says it stands for (in French): Fraiche, Aromatique, Resineaux, Epice, Bois.
Fresh, Aromatic, Resinous, Spicy and Woody.
Bois d'Immortelle & Ginseng. The Italian straw flower known as Immortelle and the spicy root ginseng make us this complex two note accord. A primitive perfume, a taut note drawing on raw materials in their pure, natural state. The double accent of "Bois d'Immortelle" with hints of leather and warm sand, and Ginseng extracts for an unusually impassioned, somber and strong base.
Notes: Ancient balm, Hot Sand, Burning Ginseng, Accents of Leather in their pure form fused with soft Immortelle wood and Spices.
With a dual meaning, Fareb ~ “Fareb, which means temptation but also phantom, is all about the intense interplay of two unusual fragrance notes: Immortelle, the Italian straw flower, and ginseng. A bone-dry fragrance reminiscent of warm sand and the prominent spiciness of immortelle merged with fresh herbaceous notes of ginseng, complemented by strong leather notes. A desert fragrance for modern urban nomads – concise, angular and full of character.”