If you are a connoisseur of rare scents, Juniper Ridge perfume needs to be on your radar. Composed of wild plants and blooms, the company’s gender neutral perfumes, colognes, sprays, soaps and incense are produced using age-old perfume making techniques including steam-distillation of essential oils, alcohol tincturing, and direct-oil infusion. With almost all the world’s perfumes mass-produced using petro-chemicals in half a dozen factories worldwide, Juniper Ridge stands alone in its commitment to handling manufacturing of its product from beginning to end.
Field Lab is the company’s top shelf perfume and it is produced in small, numbered batches that are made on the trail, immediately following a one-to-three week period of harvesting the wild blooms that make up its ingredients. The results are scents that don’t leap out but rather are subtle yet deeply sensual with an allure not unlike bae’s worn tee-shirt, the kind of scent that is both indescribably attractive and borderline intoxicating. Juniper Ridge is available in fine boutiques and on JuniperRidge.com.
Images snapped at Outdoor Retailer by Lois Sakany.