A Lab on Fire – Almost Transparent Blue EDT
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A Lab on Fire
Eau de toilette
Perfumer: Bruno Jovanovic
Taken to calling it calm, you sit for a moment in the sunlight. The air around you shifts slightly, a strand of hair out of place, the rubbish scuttling past. You slit your eyes open to see glistening on the water’s surface. Stay here until. Stay here just long enough. Stay here as the crisp and desolate becomes still so you might breathe in––immense, wave-filled and clouded.
Almost Transparent Blue takes the classic elements of cologne and tweaks them to create a futuristic urban citrus, with hints of pavement and ink. The yuzu and lime in the opening are beautifully crystalline and sharply realistic, and the citrus stays crisp and sparkling as the scent evolves. A brisk, hyper-real soap note emerges, with subtle hints of something industrial underneath. This has the stark feel of an abandoned city – a landscape carved in glass and steel, spare and stripped clean and angular, with empty monorail tracks slicing through the sky. The chilly aldehydes are countered by warm cedar and the dry and clarifying scent of hinoki, the prized cypress that grows only in Japan. Hinoki wood is used to make the finest soaking baths and it has a distinctive, incense-like scent – airy, but haunting. Our first impression of this was cool, clean and simple, but as we spend more time with it, we would strike the word simple. This ultramodern blend of citrus and wood has just enough strangeness to make it utterly compelling.
Topnotes: lime, yuzu
Mid notes: thyme flower, aldehyde
Base notes: hinoki, cedar wood, musk
Style: urban, citrus