Frosted MoonLune de Givre (2013)

Frosted Moon / Lune de Givre by Cloon Keen Atelier
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Frosted Moon is a popular perfume by Cloon Keen Atelier for women and men and was released in 2013. The scent is green-fresh. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesAngelica seed, Angelica root
Heart Notes Heart NotesCarrot seed, Orris root, Ambrette seed
Base Notes Base NotesGalbanum, Vetiver root, Musk, Cedar bark



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Ireland-iris. Not for the travel guide
Freshly baptised meadow, silver moonlight, ghosts, herbs, a few sheep crowd together. This is how the Ireland-poured stereotype of the Galway perfumers' fragrance could already look. Rough (sea) air and fairy dust. Dance in the breeze. A harsh, ethereal beauty that's not out for scene applause. Despite the almost scratchy Angelica and the predominant green components, the iris root penetrates radiantly and shimmeringly like light - by day the sun, by night the moon - through a cloudy sky. The island of a thousand greens, of course. From velvety moss to grasses and bushes swaying in the wind over the cliffs, everything is there. Daffodils also occur to me, splashes of colour, a short rain and sunbeams falling through the clouds again. All this is reflected in this fragrance, which oscillates between milky-herbal and flickering light effects and which somehow seems to reflect the near-earth unreality of Monlicht.

It can't be accommodated in the mainstream. Not even in the guidebook. Frosted Moon/ Lune de Givre is not so much the tourist track but rather the hidden modern as also Celtic Ireland, for me also goblins and trolls and fairies and as panorama the decayed cottages overgrown with some grass. Somewhere there is a rusty car lying around and people have long since moved away because of the work. Behind a gate, a dog barks. The city on the other hand is lively, the people there are friendly.

The Galway fragrance is the opposite of opulent, the iris dry, while some moisture and rich herb floats through the surface of the fragrance image. The scent remains linear, only at the beginning it is harshly spicy and a little caroty, while at the end it changes into a soft, light musk surface that remains soft on the skin. The astringency is brought masterfully by angelica, galbanum and vetiver, the background, which is beyond the horizon, the other side olfactorically embodies the iris root, which so often, and especially here, carries with it an enchanting brilliance, a pull, but also an icy seriousness, its sky sphere is radiant, but cold. A rainbow.

Due to the climatic conditions and the changing weather in Ireland, you often see them, so it's certainly no coincidence that the perfumers from Galway grouped a wonderful fragrance around the rainbow goddess Iris and dedicated it to the silver moon.
In spite of my associations with Ireland romanticism and perhaps also with Heinrich Böll, the fragrance is abstract and modern and also a little uncomfortable behind the façade.

The fragrance manages well not to overwind and to maintain its shelf life in such a way that it remains subtle but clearly noticeable throughout the day. I don't find it easy at all, not easy either, but very multi-layered and therefore like to wear it very much. For me, he creates olfactory identification surfaces that cannot be described through scents or images. Tried anyway, it's, like, always just a snippet.
Although it is fresh, green and herbaceous and of course also suitable for men, the hoarfrost moon is more suitable for women, says AugustA. In any case, a fragrance for all who are looking for shimmer, double bottom and yet something real, because fairy fantasy or Ireland kitsch he is not so
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