HIGHER PEACE – Bougie Parfumée
19-69 and Camp High’s fragrance Higher Peace is inspired by the Santa Monica Canyon and the documentary Tripping with Ken Kesey.
The fragrance is a collaboration between Greg Dacyshyn/Camp High and Johan Bergelin/19-69.
The scent is hempy, bladed and Play-Doh-y. Fragrance notes include Bergamot, Fresh Hay and Tobacco.
“The scent Higher Peace is influenced by the Merry Pranksters and the retired schoolbus Furthur, which enlightened America during the 60s. It’s about never stop learning. Letting your guard down, trying to understand each other and, with that, traveling through unknown waters. It is also a statement of peace, inspired by the values of bagism, a term created by Lennon and Ono in 1969. The intent of bagism is avoiding prejudice and stereotyping by not judging others on the basis on skin color, gender, sexuality, age or other.”
Davana - Bergamot - Cardamon - Hemp - Coumarin - Fresh Hay - Vetiver - Tobacco - Benzoin
The first scent impression of a fragrance are the top notes. Usually light aromas that evaporate quickly, lingering for 10 to 15 minutes. When sample a fragrance at a counter, this is the aroma that you experience.
These are the main body of the perfume. Emerge just prior to when the top notes dissipate. Scents from the mid notes appear anywhere from two minutes to one hour after the application of the perfume.
Bring depth and solidity to the perfume. These notes are the foundation of the fragrance and slow down the evaporation of the lighter notes. The base notes are usually not perceived until 30 minutes after the application of the perfume or during the period of perfume dry-down. The bottom notes of a fragrance last for some four to five hours on your skin.