Rouge Bunny Rouge have just brought out their second fragrance collection, Provenance Tales. The range draws inspiration from the elements of earth, water, air and fire.
The bottles embody the beautiful
intricate design synonymous with RBR and are engraved with fire, horns
The fragrances are all unisex so both myself and my husband
have been testing these out.
Embers mixes cold and hot spices, containing pink pepper, nutmeg and
clove. It starts off sharp but then the deep sandalwood becomes a
presence.This is predominately a smoky/spicy composition with a creamy
clove as the dominate note.
Cynefin is more of a green,herbal affair. It starts off quite light but
then the initial floral, almost sweet notes lead to a deeper green
scent. I can detect the lavender but there is also a fresh hue and a
noticeable musk, coupled with the warmth of amber and a dry woody trace.
Silvan is a sensual autumnal scent. Predominate notes of cedarwood,
smoky incense, patchouli and pepper create a rich, woody, warm spicy aroma.
I usually go for more floral and unquestionable feminine fragrance and
find that the masculine edge to these work better on my husband than
myself. All the scents have a great depth with distinctive tones that
are surprising, yet work.There is nothing run of the mill here and I
really find them unique.
The vial samples were kindly sent to me by Rouge Bunny Rouge. The full size bottles are each 129 euros and are 50ML.