Mercury No. 80 - Eau de Parfum | Unisex fragrance
Mercury No. 80 is a composition for people who go their way fiercely and ambitiously: Ecstasy meets sensuality in this perfume. Mercury is a fresh and at the same time woody fragrance with an irresistible expressiveness. This contemporary fragrance creation convinces with fresh grapefruit with a heart note of jasmine and laurel. The basis of the fragrance are warm woods and fine amber notesa trace of patchouli: a perfume with an energetic yet unobtrusive scent. The bottle is closed with a cap made of brushed, black metal.
- Fragrance note: fresh, woody
- Top notes: grapefruit, maritime notes
- Heart notes: bay leaf, jasmine
- Base notes: guaiac wood, oak moss, patchouli, ambergris
Extract of perfume notes
Jasmine with its complex aroma is the king of scents. In perfumes it supports the scent with its floral and sweet character in its aroma. As part of the heart note, it gives perfumes an intense, beguiling and bright note and at the same time leaves a lot of leeway for the overall composition.
The laurel is not only an evergreen, Mediterranean culinary herb, but its oil gives scents a powerful and tart, warm-spicy note. Laurel oil is therefore often used in perfumes. The laurel tree is very well known from ancient times and is native to the Mediterranean, but also to Asia.
Due to its freshness, grapefruit is used as a component of perfumes and, as a scent note, transmits a certain kind of lightness, joie de vivre and lust. The grapefruit tree is native to subtropical areas as an evergreen plant.
The guaiac wood is native to South America. Its oil has a variety of scent properties:it smells balsamic-sweet with earthy-woody, smoky and slightly violet-like notes. It is therefore often used in woody fragrance compositions but also in floral fragrances.
The fine art of perfume creation
We produce at least Eau de Parfum quality with 16% or more perfume oil, as the compositions used are not only particularly intense, but also long-lasting.
There are different perfume qualities which differ mainly in the concentration of the perfume oil contained. The Eau de Cologne (EdC), originally intended as a refreshing water, is very volatile with 3-5% oil. The most common is the eau de toilette (EdT) with a perfume oil content of around 6-9%. This scent also dissipates faster than an Eau de Parfum and can therefore be used more generously. Eau de Parfum (EdP), on the other hand, has a high proportion of 10-16% fragrance concentrate. The scent is intense and of high quality and can be applied sparingly.
sober Fragrances' fragrances are designed by internationally recognized perfumers in Germany and France.