Lonestar Memories is a unique perfume that reminds me of an old Western. And indeed, there is a movie called â€śLone Starâ€ť from 1952, starring Clark Gable and Ava Gardner. After all the brawling, shooting and fighting is over, the woman falls into the heroâ€™s arms whispering, â€śYou know you’re a strange man, but quite a lot of man.â€ť
Lonestar Memories is just like that: The first impression is rather sharp – there is a resinous opening with elements of birch tar and smoke that evoke a leathery note. In the middle, jasmin dominates and gives the perfume a warm heart â€“ cherchez la femme â€“ drying down really beautifully with sandalwood and the sweetness of tonka bean. The scent becomes softer and softer as time goes by. In the end, it feels as if itâ€™s become part of your body. Lay down your head, lonesome rider. The saddle is still warm from the heat of the day.
Perfumer: Andy Tauer
Notes: geranium, carrot seeds, ambergris, clary sage, birch tar, cistus, jasmine, cedarwood, myrrh, tonka bean, vetiver, sandalwood