Tilia Gold is an elegant, collected perfume that opens with a sweet breath of true linden flowers, amplified by traces of rose and jasmine, married to a lovely extract of golden, honey-scented champaca flowers. Black poplar balsam extracted in the late winter, in-house, creates a warm, balsamic base that has a gorgeous orange color and lends the scent of beeswax, vanilla, and vibrant fresh cherry. The addition of baltic amber and virginia cedarwood gives this perfume really nice contrast in the dry-down, where it becomes imbued with notes of precious wood, temple floors, and sacred ancient stone places. Like white flowers after a desert rain, this is an elegant offering that sold out quickly while I was vending this season. There are only two 15 ml bottles left, and since this is part of the Gold Label limited edition collection, when this batch is gone, it is gone. I may eventually remake something similar, but I keep no recipes for gold label perfumes, and many of the ingredients in this one are already no longer available.
This listing is for one 15 ml bottle, with extracts blended into organic grain alcohol.