Anyas Garden Pan

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Package Quality: 2.0

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Package Quality: 2.0

Price: $$$$


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on 10/3/2006 11:16:00 AM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Green

Pan perfume by Anya’s Garden is a tribute to the Ancient Greek God Pan and is also inspired by its story as it is told in one of my most favourite books ever – Jitterbug Perfume.

The notes that were chose to portray the vivid, nature-loving and carnal energy of Pan are quite unusual, yet the result is a classically structured perfume, pulsating with raw sexual energy. This is the first perfume I know of to use the animal pheromones from tinctured goat hair, an interesting scent which I am curelessly fond of since I grew in the country surrounded by mountainfuls of herding goats. Unlike many other animal-derived aromas, the animal was not in the least harmed in the process (a little haircut to give him pretty bangs!). The other notes are more traditional – oakmoss, beeswax, hay, and the exquisite aroma of lotus flowers and the leathery-smooth suede-like texture of a rare type of lavender absolute. I feel very comfortable wearing Pan, and I think it will smell even more wonderful on a man. It’s a very balanced scent, herbal yet sweet, carnal yet clean.

Anya is one of the pioneers of Natural Perfumery, and being a Landscape Architect, she has appropriately chosen to dedicate each perfume in her line to famous botanical gardens around the world (well, also a few imaginary ones, like Pan). Anya is the queen of tincturing rare tropical flowers that she grows in her garden, and which do not submit their essences to any form of distillation. The tinctures give a certain depth and complexity as well as a vivid aura – as if the perfume is breathing with life.

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