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No secret handshakes or encrypted passwords. No swearing to secrecy or initiations shrouded in arcane mystery.

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As someone who joins As someone who joins as an ådventure member, you’ll chose to regularly receive a 10ml bottle of a new ånd fragrance as well as a couple of free samples. To kick things off, your 10ml ånd fragrance is yet to be released to the public and is one of a range of new, exciting fragrances we’re developing as we speak.

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smell good

introducing Påtch, our not
yet released fragrance

Think patchouli oil and, chances are, (if you’re old enough) you’ll be transported to prog rock concerts, bikers’ pubs or hippy shops selling joss sticks and questionable smoking paraphernalia.

Hard that it maybe, you’ve got to erase those memories. What we’ve done with patchouli is a million Harley ridden or sandal-shod shuffled miles away from leather jackets and Afghan coats.

We combine our hand-sourced Sumatran Dark Patchouli with magical Oudh to create a heady and spellbinding uplifting fragrance that captures the essence of the forest suffused with a contemporary earthy and sultry sass. Man.


do good

partnering with local
patchouli farmers

Sumatra boasts forests that are home to Rhino, Elephant, Tiger, Gibbon and Orangutan. But this unique ecosystem has been under threat for many years with the forest being systematically felled and logged to make way for everything from rubber to dreaded palm oil.

We use Dark Patchouli oil sourced from the Aceh region. It’s a region famed for its Patchouli.

Using modern techniques, the local farmers are encouraged to maintain the soil health to allow for the growing of patchouli and other crops without the need for felling of the forests. And by supporting the local communities, we are helping them create a sustainable and non-destructive way ahead. And long may it continue.


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