Aman has just released two new eau de parfums with fragrance notes based on luxury hotels.
The new Aman Fine Fragrances take inspiration from Aman Tokyo, and the Utah desert retreat, Amangiri.
“Extending the inaugural collection which launched in December 2020, the two new additions are designed to transport wearers to these iconic Aman destinations, with fragrance notes evoking the atmosphere of their diverse natural settings,” the luxury hotel brand said in a press release.
A fresh and energising fragrance, HARU takes its inspiration from the luxury flagship hotel Aman Tokyo.
The perfume’s contemporary notes capture the city in full bloom when the breeze is soft and the cherry blossom appears in full colour.
Named after the Japanese word for ’spring’, delicate floral layers mingle with soft apricot and green-tea accents on the smoothest musks.
Warmed by the tobacco tonalities of mate leaves, the scent further reflects a sense of harmony and tradition found in the city.
SEI is the second new fragrance to join the existing Aman collection. This uniquely intense fragrance encapsulates one of the earth’s most alluring settings, the Utah desert.
Sei evokes the feeling of nightfall in a silent desert.
Notes of pine needle and juniper rise through a haze of dry sage and lavender to reveal smouldering cedar and ciste labdanum.
Aman currently has seven unique fragrances in its perfume collection. Each one of the evocative scents captures the essence of an Aman luxury hotel destination.
The company also produces scented candles and luxury skincare.