Next up in my Slumberhouse series is Jeke (2008). After reading about each fragrance from the Slumberhouse website, I was most excited to try Jeke. The thought of humidors, cigars, leather, spice and woods sounded like any man’s fantasy fragrance.
Hello all. I hope everyone is having a happy new year and working toward your goals for the year.
I have spent the past several years exploring the world of fragrance. One area that I have only in the past few months begin to delve into is the world of indie perfumery. To an outside layperson, calling fragrance houses like Serge Lutens, Le Labo, and Frederic Malle “big companies” must seem like a funny concept. However, once you have immersed yourself into this world, you realize that there are much smaller operations. Often times within the indie houses, the owner is the perfumer, mixer, bottler, and shipper. A one person operation.
After discovering that there are all of these independent perfumers, I certainly wanted to get my feet wet and try some of them. Around this time, I came across a post on Basenotes as well as a YouTube video discussing Slumberhouse. After visiting their website, I ended up ordering their sample pack. I have been trying them for the past two months, and am ready to give my impressions of them through a series of posts.