Yellowstone Mammoth | 15ml Fragrance Tonic
Known for its spectacular Thermal Terraces and abundant flowering species, Mammoth is one of the most unique spots in Yellowstone Park. This compelling woody aromatic has facets of mountain hay grass and tangy citrus zest at the top, a perfect lead-in to a heart of dusky sagebrush and resinous cedarwood grounded by wet-fertile earth at the base.
Base Note: wet fertile earth
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- 15 ml spray bottle
- Sustainably packaged using FSC-certified paper
- Made with natural extracts produced with solar power
- No parabens, sulfates, or phthalates
- Made in the USA
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Perfect stocking stuffer
I got this for my sister as a stocking stuffer. She was my maid of honor for my Yellowstone wedding in Mammoth. Smell is spot on fantastic and the packaging is superb!
A favorite of the Yellowstone series
Mammoth is my favorite of the Yellowstone series. It smells like dry prairie grass in the sunshine, faintly sweet western hillsides, hot springs bubbling on basalt--it really encapsulates the vibe of the Mammoth Hot Springs area. I went winter camping there in college and every time I use this fragrance, via either the tonic or the skin oil, I close my eyes and remember that adventure. One thing I do wish is the fragrance would be a bit bolder and longer lasting. It is very subtle, perhaps a bit too much so.
The grassy breath of springtime
A green-yellow, fresh, warm, uplifting, hopeful scent, redolent of new springtime growth, sweet and herbaceous. Conjures up mythic images of rolling hills clothed with fresh green grass and the orange groves of a newly created world, perhaps what the crisp dawn air of Narnia or Fillory would smell like if you could travel there. If you could match a scent to Botticelli's "Primavera," this would be it.