These beautiful perfume oils are sometimes clean and airy, other times erotic and primal. Which ones work for you?
capture the essence of fine woods and flowers. Ethically sourced from artisan perfumers creating beautiful and evocative fragrances. These oils are not to be missed. Each one made with cold-pressed flower oils and steam-extracted woods and resins. Sometimes vibrant, othertimes dark and musky. At just £4 per bottle you can afford to mix and match, and make blends as gifts.
Our full range of Indian perfume oils for you to try:
Rich woody scent with fresh spice, faint floral hints, tobacco, leather, honey. A pleasant masculine fragrance. Strong. Agarwood is one of the most expensive woods in the world.
Usually one of the most recognised scents on planet earth, this lavender oil is made from a rare variety grown in the Netherlands. Sweet with intense floral tones. Musky undertone. Fresh and summery.
Subtle sweet, mild fennel. Frankincense, myrrh, pine, mint and lemon. A discrete and gentle perfume, would work well as a base with just a hint of Patchouli or Agarwood.
Strong musky scent, yet clean, medical, sexual. Undertone of earthiness. An assertive smell, compliments Palo Santo and White Sage.
Floral, rounded, damask. Blends well in small amounts with Patchouli and Agarwood. This is classic rose, cooling and clean, evokes memories of soft pink petals on a summer day.
Classic Jasmin, very floral. Rounded and full. Bold and beautiful. Calming, soothing, stress busting and sensual.
Subtle cedar with just a hint of musk. Summer meadow, gentle mint (to which sage is related). Clean, fresh and crisp.