"The foxglove bells, with lolling tongue,
Will not reveal what peals were rung
In Faery, in Faery,
A thousand ages gone."
(Foxglove is the common name for Digitalis)
Galbanum, Silver Iris, Cucumber, Basil, Pepper, Ozone, Coriander, Florozone, Drenched Violet, Neroli, Rose, Jasmine, Gentiane, Incense, Fern, Wet Moss, Violet Leaf
@16% Eau de Parfum
COMMENTARY: Also known as “Foxglove” and besides being a poison flower, Digitalis has a tradition of being used by pagans to summon woodland spirits such as fairies and elves. Thus we sought to create a sparkly, fresh ozonic fragrance to suggest the presence of fairies, set along the banks of a magical wooded stream.