Amaranthine is rooted in the Greek words amarantos, meaning "immortal" or "unfading," and anthos, meaning "flower." The word amaranthine is used to describe anything possessing an undying quality or beauty. It is in emotionally dark and trying times that the soul seeks, and even demands, light and beauty, hope, and reassurance that the love we give and receive never dies. I created the Amaranthine collection as a panacea for the weary soul that seeks something delicate, ethereal, uplifting and beautiful even if fleeting. I hope I am able to send some good vibes your way in sharing it.
IMMORTALITAS (Immortal) - Bright red Polynesian hibiscus blooms, sweet and exotic and kissed by island sunshine, are accentuated with the sparkling notes of a mandarin kissed peach bellini with crisp accents of apricots and a hint of prosecco. Hidden notes of plumeria, cassis, Tahitian vanilla, a sweet creaminess laced with lily, rose, and orange zest, is drizzled over silky coconut milk and the warm ambergris notes of labdanum for a rich base that tempers the sweetness of the blooms while enhancing the power of their heart notes. The end result is a fragrance that is well-balanced, bringing to mind images of warm sun and exotic blooms with an understated sweetness that is ever present but never overpowering.