In August's brick oven, it's not exactly intuitive to reach for a caramel-covered wood such as Marie Saint Pierre B. But oh, can't you imagine B being nice in any weather? I remember C, its fraternal twin, being a cozy cashmere saffron perfect for the dank rainy days occurring in cooler quadrants of the year. But B gives an arid August midday a much-needed touch of syrupy humidity and more-- there's comfort and intimacy in its snug, satin-lined embrace. Who cares if it makes you fan yourself or ask for extra ice in your lemonade?
Scent Elements: Bergamot, Turkish rose, beeswax, violet, caramel, cedar, sandalwood, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla, maple sap