Dry Tortuga

Imagine walking through a forest so dense you can barely see the sky. Surrounded by massive pine trees that seem to stretch to the clouds. Fresh snow falls, covering the pines in a blanket of white.

Welcome to Winter Pine, and the experience of the outdoors. Inspired by winter backpacking journeys to the high country of Yosemite, Winter Pine brings you down to earth and into the barrens.

A naturally distinct, yet sweet fragrance, Winter Pine captures the essence of wilderness yet to be tamed. What a perfect way to bring a little bit of Yosemite home to you.

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Rocky Mountain Valley

Rolling Waves and Cool Breezes…
Santa Barbara, one of the last original frontiers of the west coast. A cultured and sleepy ocean front city, rich with blooming flowers, cool ocean breezes, rolling hills and beautiful vistas.

You’ll often find surfers padding through the cool ocean waves, cresting the white caps, to find sanctuary within the flat, glass like water between sets.

From the soft sand of the beach, you inhale the salty, ocean breeze and pick up hints of floral scents, cascading from the green rolling hills up yonder.

As you stand on the beach, seeing the vastness of the ocean spread before you, you turn around and can nearly touch the imposing mountains.

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Channel Islands

From Nebraska, we high tailed it to the Rocky Mountains. The speed limit was 80 mph – we were cruising. Mountains came into view and after an hour or two we arrived Estes, Colorado. Cool town, with a hip vibe and bustling with activity.

We drove to Adams falls and saw moose, elk, and deer on the way. The air was crisp and cool, cascading down the snow covered mountains.

After that, we ate lunch in front of a huge green field filled with yellow wild flowers, blue spruce, and sparsely placed juniper.

Our fragrance this month pays homage to Rocky Mountains National Park.
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Winter in Montana Glacier

From Nebraska, we high tailed it to the Rocky Mountains. The speed limit was 80 mph – we were cruising. Mountains came into view and after an hour or two we arrived Estes, Colorado. Cool town, with a hip vibe and bustling with activity.

We drove to Adams falls and saw moose, elk, and deer on the way. The air was crisp and cool, cascading down the snow covered mountains.

After that, we ate lunch in front of a huge green field filled with yellow wild flowers, blue spruce, and sparsely placed juniper.

Our fragrance this month pays homage to Rocky Mountains National Park.
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