Andrea recently took a class with the wonderful Sarah McCartney, the owner and master perfume blender behind 4160Tuesdays. She loved the class so much, she asked her to join the Indie Marketplace, and she accepted!
From their website: 4160Tuesdays is an artisan perfumery based in London where we've been hand-making adventurous scents since 2011. We create all our perfumes in small batches of 50-200 bottles at our Hammersmith studio, where we also run fragrance-making workshops.
Our perfumes are inspired by a place or a person at a certain moment, and created by our perfumer, Sarah McCartney (who isn't related to any of the other more famous McCartneys but she does get asked quite often).
We'd like to make our world a lovelier place starting with the small space around us and working outwards. 4160 Tuesdays stands out from other niche fragrance brands not just because it’s British, creative, witty and pioneering, but for an indie house handmaking all our fragrances, we're unusually affordable. We want everyone who’s interested in fragrance to be able to try them.
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Mother Nature’s Naughty Daughters
Mother Nature’s Naughty Daughters contains many of perfumery’s beautiful natural materials; rose, broom, cedarmoss, hazelnut, raspberry and opoponax, and a natural isolate, Maltol, for the aroma of newly made whisky.
Natural materials smell better when they’re enhanced with molecules that often go unmentioned so they don’t get the credit. Here, the scientists help out Mother Nature by creating the synthetic musks to avoid animal cruelty, and the aroma of amber woods. Combined, they give us a deliciously naughty aroma of nature’s autumnal bounty.
Perfume Dialect: gourmand floral
Top Notes: pear, hazelnut, bergamot
Heart Notes: rose, broom, strawberry, blackcurrant, raspberry
Base Notes: cedarmoss, opoponax, malt
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Limonene, Alpha-iso-Methylionone, Citronellol, Citral, Geraniol, Eugenol