Fin de Siecle EDP- Black Currant, Rose, Patchouli, Oakmoss

$89.32

Swing loosely you rose blushed tarts. Modernity bides while you explore each others palace of senses. Do not waver from your animal intentions. Let the world bemoan the words that slide from your tongue at the altar of your indulgence.

Profile:  Dark, Floral, Animalic, Woody

Key Notes

Black Currant Bud, Egyptian Rose, Woody Notes, Mossy Notes, Bergamot, Bitter Orange, Civet

 

We ship all orders within 3 business days. While we ship as promptly as possible international orders may be delayed by local customs. Please allow time for this possibility when ordering.

 

CANADA

All samples are shipped via Canada Post letter mail and therefore come with no tracking.
All other products are shipped Expedited Parcel unless otherwise specified by the customer when ordering.

 

USA

All orders are shipped via Canada Post tracked parcel.

INTERNATIONAL

We ship all international orders via Canada Post’s Tracked Packet International. 

*Due to restrictions on shipping ethanol by air our Eau de Parfum sprays cannot be shipped outside of mainland Canada and U.S.A. Our roll ons have no restrictions on shipping and can be shipped by air.


 

RETURNS

We are unable to do returns on products unless there is a problem with manufacture. The nature of scents means not only does everyone has their own particular tastes but perfumes smell different on each individual wearer. For this reason we highly suggest buying a sample if you want to try a fragrance. For any problem with the manufacturing of the product please contact us and we will work to immediately rectify the problem.

 

CURRENCY

Our site runs on USD however we have a converter installed that mean customers outside of the US do not pay more despite a fluctuating exchange rate. 

 

Eau de Parfum or Perfume Oil? 

 

Eau de Parfum

Our eau de parfum offerings come in 30ml spray bottles manufactured in France. They are blending in perfumer’s alcohol and tend to be more present than our perfume oils. They have more sillage and tend to last a little longer. 

Perfume Oils

Our perfume oils are blending into a base of liquid coconut oil. They come in a 10ml roll on format. The scent tends to sit slightly closer to the body than the EDP. They are a perfect option for those who prefer a more subtle scent experience, available to smell by the wearer and those close to them. 

 

Are all of your fragrances unisex?

Yes, absolutely. There is nothing inherently gendered about any aromatic material and we work diligently to create perfumes that can be worn by anyone. If it feels good, do it.

 

How are they made?

Every part of the process is done locally and in house. The experimenting, blending, mixing and packaging are all done by hand in very small batches, usually 100 or so bottles. A mixture of essential oils  and carefully chosen aroma molecules are weighed, mixed and diluted with carrier, either fractionated coconut oil or pure perfumers alcohol. The mixture is then aged to allow proper unification between essential oils and the carrier before it is bottled and ready to apply.

All of our printing is done locally by a family owned print shop in Edmonton, Alberta 

All of our packaging besides the sprayers and rollers are 100% recyclable. Please recycle when you are finished with your bottle & box.

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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P.
New, Daring, Beautifully Blended, Bottle Worthy

If Libertine’s fragrance Fin de Siècle is any indication, this house will become a bright star in fragrance night sky in the not too distant future. It isn’t as if there is something revolutionary going on in the ingredients—its ingredients as listed on Libertine’s website are: black currant, rose, patchouli and oakmoss. Fragrantica lists 8 notes, none unusual. But from opening sniff to dry down this one is one of these intoxicatingly fruity, floral, mossy, patch scents that can compete with almost any of the many scents that include these ingredients. I think it is the black currant that helps move it to the higher echelons of the rose heavy fragrances. Since I have just received the bottle early today, I have been trying to find either a useful metaphor or another scent to compare it to. Since many have smelled or tried a sample of Portrait of a Lady, I will invoke it as it has black current, rose, and patchouli. It also has a very long list of other notes. It is much more complex and for some this is what makes it world class. I love both for the overabundance of subtle notes and the high quality of the ingredients. Fin de Siècle is much more in your nose from the get-go. Some might find this both too much and not enough. While its palette may not come close to POAL it still leaves me with a depth of heady and carefully chosen ingredients. It is supposed to invoke the decadence of the time and character of Oscar Wilde and the art for art’s sake era. Provocative, self-assured, paradoxical and brilliantly witty in Oscar, more somber in the likes of Walter Pater. I think this scent is somewhere in between those two, reaching for the art of fragrance while still acknowledging the desire to shock. Sample first, as it is powerful and long-lasting.

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M.E.
Amazing!

The scents and the service are outstanding

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N.B.
Fin de siècle

I have loved other libertine fragrances but this one I don’t like at all. I am very disappointed with the scent. Please bring witch doctor back in the eau de parfum.

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S.S.
❤️

I have a weird love for this fragrance....hard to describe. I feel like it smells like some side of my personality that I know very well, and I have purposely shut off. An amazing opening, the black currant and bitter orange. The scent is timeless. And I love what the civet is doing here, well balanced, and interesting. Rugged, but unisex. Sexy.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
0%
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0%
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0%
(0)
25%
(1)
P
P.
New, Daring, Beautifully Blended, Bottle Worthy

If Libertine’s fragrance Fin de Siècle is any indication, this house will become a bright star in fragrance night sky in the not too distant future. It isn’t as if there is something revolutionary going on in the ingredients—its ingredients as listed on Libertine’s website are: black currant, rose, patchouli and oakmoss. Fragrantica lists 8 notes, none unusual. But from opening sniff to dry down this one is one of these intoxicatingly fruity, floral, mossy, patch scents that can compete with almost any of the many scents that include these ingredients. I think it is the black currant that helps move it to the higher echelons of the rose heavy fragrances. Since I have just received the bottle early today, I have been trying to find either a useful metaphor or another scent to compare it to. Since many have smelled or tried a sample of Portrait of a Lady, I will invoke it as it has black current, rose, and patchouli. It also has a very long list of other notes. It is much more complex and for some this is what makes it world class. I love both for the overabundance of subtle notes and the high quality of the ingredients. Fin de Siècle is much more in your nose from the get-go. Some might find this both too much and not enough. While its palette may not come close to POAL it still leaves me with a depth of heady and carefully chosen ingredients. It is supposed to invoke the decadence of the time and character of Oscar Wilde and the art for art’s sake era. Provocative, self-assured, paradoxical and brilliantly witty in Oscar, more somber in the likes of Walter Pater. I think this scent is somewhere in between those two, reaching for the art of fragrance while still acknowledging the desire to shock. Sample first, as it is powerful and long-lasting.

M
M.E.
Amazing!

The scents and the service are outstanding

N
N.B.
Fin de siècle

I have loved other libertine fragrances but this one I don’t like at all. I am very disappointed with the scent. Please bring witch doctor back in the eau de parfum.

S
S.S.
❤️

I have a weird love for this fragrance....hard to describe. I feel like it smells like some side of my personality that I know very well, and I have purposely shut off. An amazing opening, the black currant and bitter orange. The scent is timeless. And I love what the civet is doing here, well balanced, and interesting. Rugged, but unisex. Sexy.