Thorium No. 90 - Eau de Parfum | men's fragrance
Thorium No. 90 is a striking expression of masculinity and freedom. The aromatic woody scent with amber notes results in a fascinating and at the same time powerful composition. Cedar wood gives the fragrance tart, masculine sensuality, while musky woody notes give the stylish urban man elegance and depth. Thorium as a timeless and non-conformist fragrance is in a minimalist bottle which is closed with a cap made of brushed, black metal. The high concentration of its noble ingredients expresses the character of the fragrance in a strong and particularly long-lasting manner.
- Fragrance note: fresh, spicy
- Top notes: pink pepper, vetiver, citrus notes
- Heart notes: grapefruit, labdanium, cedar
- Base notes: ginger, sandalwood, incense
Extract of perfume notes
Vetivier, the"fragrant root", is a perfume ingredient that originally comes from South India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. It has a unique aroma which cannot be produced synthetically. Vetiver is part of numerous men's fragrances. It enriches the perfume with lemon facets as well as earthy and woody nuances. It sets dark accents similar to amber or leather.
The sandalwood enriches every men's perfume with warm, woody notes. The tree only develops the precious sandalwood oil from the age of 25. Sandalwood harmonizes in men's fragrances with both other wood and floral fragrances. The sandalwood tree is native to the east Indian islands and is subject to the protection of state laws there.
Spice notes always seem familiar to us due to their long use in perfumery. Pink pepper is an individual, very expensive and so-called cold spice note. It gives the perfume a gentle, cooling aroma.
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 fine art of men's perfume
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.