Yuzu is a citrus scent that well deserves its own stand-alone perfume. It is perhaps best described as a mineral-faceted citrus scent; a delicate blend of mandarin and grapefruit. It is not shrill like most citrus fruits but rather persuades quietly.
Imagine if you will the freshly harvested bouquet: still cool from outdoors, with close-fitting petals and watery stalks that make a slight squeaking sound when handled. This is Tangent's tulip perfume, floral yet cautious. As if it is keeping watch over its promise.
The sugar cane pulp exudes a lively musk accompanied by rounded notes ranging from chestnut and fresh milk to maple syrup. As with a fine wool sweater, you will experience solace, whenever you need it.
Once the host tree is stricken by a certain kind of mould, it secretes resin in defence, turning virgin wood dark. From that darkness the coveted oud oil is extruded by means of steam distillation; generously wooden with resinous spikes.