Roses & Cream


Roses & Cream


Roses & Cream is a gorgeous blend containing aged Mysore sandalwood, French Vanilla, massoia bark, labdanum, Terengganu Oud, and 3 regions of roses. The scent of Turkish rose, Gallic rose, and Azerbaijani rose each carries its own distinct personality, reflecting the unique terroir and cultivation methods of their respective regions. read more

Turkish rose exudes an opulent and intoxicating fragrance, evoking images of vibrant rose gardens under the Mediterranean sun. Its scent is rich and velvety, with a heady sweetness that captivates the senses. Imagine walking through a Turkish bazaar, where stalls overflow with baskets of fresh roses, their petals releasing a symphony of floral notes mingled with hints of spice and earth. Turkish rose is luxurious and indulgent, a true sensory feast that leaves an indelible impression.

Gallic rose, also known as French rose, exudes an air of classic elegance and sophistication. Its fragrance is delicate yet complex, with a refined sweetness that dances on the breeze. Picture yourself strolling through the picturesque countryside of Provence, where fields of fragrant roses stretch out as far as the eye can see. The aroma of Gallic rose is like a gentle caress, evoking images of sun-kissed blooms. It is a fragrance that speaks of romance and refinement, timeless and eternally chic.

Azerbaijani rose, grown in the fertile valleys of Azerbaijan, boasts a scent that is both bold and exotic. Its fragrance is spicy and robust, with a hint of earthiness that sets it apart from its counterparts. Like wandering through the rugged landscapes of the Caucasus Mountains, where wild roses bloom amidst lush greenery and rocky outcrops. Azerbaijani rose is like a breath of fresh mountain air, invigorating. It carries with it  sense of adventure and exploration, a reminder of the untamed beauty of the natural world.

Leading into the Heart of the fragrance French vanilla is a sweet and comforting aroma,  It's like a cozy hug in a scent, evoking feelings of warmth and indulgence. While labdanum is warm and resinous, with hints of sweetness and earthiness. It conjures up images of sun-drenched Mediterranean landscapes, where the sticky resin is harvested from rockrose shrubs. Labdanum's aroma is both sweet and resinous, with a touch of amber-like richness that adds depth and complexity. Lastly, massoia bark is creamy and exotic.

Terengganu oud is a captivating blend of woody richness and sweet, resinous notes, encapsulating the essence of Malaysia's ancient forests. It has an earthy aroma with hints of spice and incense, like aged agarwood harvested from the depths of the Terengganu region. This oud unfolds like a story, with each inhalation revealing layers of complexity, transporting you to dense jungles and sun-dappled clearings.

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Size: 15ml bottle

Azerbaijani Rose Otto

Turkish Rose, Rose Gallic

French Vanilla, Massoia Bark, Labdanum, Terengganu Oud, Sri Lankan Sandalwood


French Vanilla


Massoia Bark

Terengganu Oud

Sri Lankan Sandalwood


4 Step Process

A little insight to the creation of Roses & Cream

  • Step 1: Blend the Roses

    Using the correct percentages of each region of rose to produce the desired scent reminiscent of rose water.

  • Step 2: Create the Cream

    There is no cream or custard absolute or essential oil so to produce a similar scent we used a mixture between French Vanilla that has the classic vanilla scent along with Massoia Bark that interestingly enough smells like cream. Finally a touch of labdanum to add some sweetness.

  • Step 3: Choosing the Oud

    In my opinion the Terengganu region fit perfectly and added the right depth and darkness to an otherwise very bright scent.

  • Step 4: Choosing the Sandalwood

    Since this blend did not contain any animalics I wanted to use a sandalwood that had some animalic qualities. The Sri Lankan region provided that muskiness that other sandalwoods do not possess.

Our Ingredients

Rose Otto

The scent of rose otto is characterized by its lush, vibrant floral notes that are both delicate and slightly spicy. Unlike rose absolute, which is extracted through solvent extraction and often has a richer, deeper aroma, rose otto tends to have a fresher, cleaner, and more vivid floral scent due to the steam distillation process. This method also helps preserve the lighter, more volatile compounds in the rose petals, giving rose otto a subtle complexity with hints of green and citrus undertones.

French Vanilla

French vanilla has a rich, creamy, and smooth scent that distinguishes it from plain vanilla aromas due to its deeper, custardy notes. This luxurious fragrance is characterized by its full-bodied sweetness, accentuated with subtle hints of caramel and a slight buttery quality.


The scent of labdanum is complex and rich, characterized by its warm, sweet, and woody notes with a strong resinous, musky undertone. It often carries hints of amber, leather, and balsamic qualities.

Massoia Bark

The essential oil extracted from this bark features a distinctive creamy, sweet aroma with pronounced notes of coconut and hints of cinnamon. The scent is rich and warm, possessing a deep, woody undertone that adds an exotic, tropical flair.


Sandalwood has a classic, creamy, and warm woody scent that is deeply soothing and exotic.

Our Quality Speaks For Itself

Fact 1

The smell of roses is that it's not just delightful, but scientifically versatile in its composition, which can change based on the time of day. The scent of a rose is strongest at dawn and gradually fades throughout the day. This phenomenon occurs because roses increase their production of scent chemicals in cool nighttime temperatures, which are then released as the morning warms up.
Moreover, the chemistry behind the scent of roses is quite complex, involving over 300 different compounds that contribute to their distinctive and beloved fragrance. This complexity allows for the vast variety of rose scents, from sweet and floral to deep and musky, depending on the species and environment. This variability is part of what makes roses a perennial favorite in perfumery and horticulture.

Fact 2

Labdanum was highly prized in ancient civilizations for its supposed medicinal and mystical properties. One notable example is its use in ancient Egypt, where labdanum was a key ingredient in kyphi, an incense blend that was burned in temples and used in various rituals. Kyphi was not only valued for its pleasant fragrance but was also believed to have therapeutic benefits, including the ability to soothe asthma, relieve insomnia, and calm the nerves.
This multifaceted resin was also used by the ancient Greeks and Romans in medicines and perfumes, admired for its balsamic scent that could be used to scent the hair and body or mixed with other resins and spices in prestigious fragrances.


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