A sweet floral-gourmand fougere-type scent reminiscent of the American South takes you from a day spent among sun-warmed pine woods, grassy fields, and roadsides sprinkled with wildflowers through lunch in a diner that serves iced sweet tea and fresh-baked banana bread, into a warm, humid night sweetened with the scent of night-fragrant flowers and the persistent undercurrent of tonka-rich tobacco curing in the wooden barns and historic red brick factories. Released 2010. Notes: longleaf pine, hay absolute, magnolia, kudzu flower, tea, honeysuckle, star jasmine, vanilla, tonka, and tobacco leaf.
Wendy Dennis (verified owner) –
I have been searching for the right hay/tobacco scent and I finally found the holy grail of it with Carolina. I pick up the banana bread and the tea as well, making this a beautiful dry, sweet fragrance that I have fallen in love with. Wearing this in winter transports me to warm sunshine and brings up fond memories of my aunt’s hay farm in Oregon where I have some of my best childhood memories.