Purple Haze by 19-69 is deep, powerful, quirky and captivating. Fragrance notes include Cannabis Accord, Violet Leaf and Patchouli.
Inspired by the settings of Villa Malaparte and the iconic film Le Mépris (1963).
Journal 06005 - FRAGRANCE JOURNEY - 23.08.2021

BURNING PALM

Burning Palm Eau de Parfum is a celebration of Dudeism. Elements of L.A’s darker sides as featured in Neo-Noir films like The Big Lebowski and Pulp Fiction.
Key words for the fragrance are peaceful, carefree and tobacco. Fragrance notes include
Italian Lemon, Tobacco Absolute, Hay and Vanilla Absolute.

A Palm Angels + 19-69 collaboration.Based on the statement “Let ́s Rise Together” by Francesco Ragazzi of Palm Angels.
The fragrances are influenced by the diversity of California: The breathtaking scenery of mountains, golden beaches and surreal deserts. The laid-back attitude and electric vibe created by surfers and skaters.
 
“My grandfather was a very content man and I have through the years reflected on what made his outlook on life so great. His persona truly illustrates Dudeism. Dudeism is a lifestyle that aims to lower the feelings of the inadequacy that comes with society’s pressure on achievements and economic wealth. To enjoy the simple pleasures of life. It’s a philosophy that is open and welcomes any individual regardless of background, as long as, according to its followers, you are cool and chilled.
Burning Palm Eau de Parfum reflects this.”

Chuck had practised Dudeism for over two decades now. Daily routine: freshly brewed coffee in thermos mug, walking his dog Buddy. Making a few phone calls to friends and family. Throw a few steaks on the BBQ and on a very good day, spot surfers and enjoy a cold beer from the view of his camping chair. Once a week he’d swap the flip flops for shoes and hit the bowling alley. But you know, always chilling. Taking it easy. Freebasing in PJs and cardigan but gearing up and optioning for a stylish track suit when any special lady friend passes by.
According to Chuck there was something truly special about the freedom that came with living in an RV. Should the Cali weather deliver, and of course it usually did, he’d tune in his favorite radio station 106.1 KMEL. Turn the volume up and just cruise down PCH from El Matador State Beach to Monterey, windows open.
 
Sometimes he’d change the coordinates though, and opt to travel through the farmlands of California instead, especially during harvest season. You’d see vast fields of wheat swaying in the breeze, hay bales or burning fields smelling divine. A true joy for all senses. Usually he’d drive until he found a good spot to park, get the portable hammock out and smoke some homegrown under the stars. Living life to its finest that was.
During the years Chuck had cultivated an exquisite taste in what really mattered to him and by practicing Dudeism he was ready to deal with whatever life threw at him.