What does Thomas Clipper 'Mountain' smell like?
A Smokey But Refined Men's Aftershave
After a day exploring the peaks, this fragrance prepares you for an evening relaxing into a red wine by a roaring cabin fire. You can experience Mountain in a 50ml men's cologne featuring original design by Supermundane, in a handmade soap and in a natural luxury body scrub.
In the words of one of our customers:
"I have now tried all 4 TC fragrances. Mountain is I feel the most place evocative of all. Instant autumnal tones that evolve into the warmth of kicked up undergrowth and wood ash. Lasts hours and gently fades."
Describing a scent is difficult, but the below will help the initiated. To learn more about the scent pyramid we'd invite you to read this article.
Top : Bergamot Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Cardamom Oil, Cedar Leaf Oil
Heart : Red Thyme, Cabin Fire Accord, Chinese Geranium Oil
Bottom : Indonesian Patchouli Oil, Styrax, Vetiver Java Oil, Leather Accord, Guaiac Wood Oil
A Collaboration With An Extraordinary Artist
Mountain has a habit of inspiring anyone who is lucky enough to experience the scent. This was the basis of our collaboration with street artist 'Supermundane'. We asked him to explore the scent and how it made him feel, what sensations it evoked. The video below explains more and gives a visual representation of the scent.
Blending With The Other Thomas Clipper Colognes
Mountain is the latest addition to the Unite Cologne Collection, joining the core range of City, Coast and Country. It’s formulated in Grasse in France - the world capital or cologne-making - made in England and designed to be blended on the skin with the existing trinity, as well as being perfect for wearing solo.
Mixing a spray of Mountain with a spray of Country results in a refreshing remix. The alpine cabin fire is replaced by a more subtle smokiness that takes the fragrance from after dark to daytime.
Blending Mountain with Coast is particularly intriguing. The initial half hour allows the bright and fresh notes to shine, but over the next couple hours it evolves into something deeper and smokier.
Blending City and Mountain together on the skin results in a complex and subtle mix of the sophisticated and the elemental - walking a fine line between civilised and roguish.