Aēsop Tacit

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A contemporary interpretation of classical colognes.

Tacit is the latest fragrance from Australian brand Aēsop. Ten years since Marrekech was first released, Tacit is only the second fragrance from the brand. Taking it’s name from the type of knowledge that is not easily described or transferred to another person, Tacit is a discreet, fresh yet earthy fragrance suitable for both men and women.

Inspired by the fresh scent of traditional cologne, and the perfumed vegetation of the Mediterranean coast, Tacit is immediately recognisable due to it’s attention and care to it’s ingredients. While many fragrances reference the Mediterranean as a source of inspiration, Tacit swaps the traditional citrus tones of orange and lemon, for the more exotic tones of Zuzu, an exotic Japanese fruit. This is quickly followed by the aromatic tones of Basil Grand Vert which make up the distinct earthy body of the fragrance and is completed with the spicy undertones of Clove.

Bottled in the classic amber glass we have come to associate Aēsop with, the Eau de Parfum comes packaged in a thick cardboard outer featuring artwork designed by Australian artist Jonathan McCabe who created more than 60 unique patterns for the fragrance.

While Aēsop are not necessarily well known for their fragrance, Tacit is one not to be missed for the Autumn months.

Tacit by Aēsop is available now at Mankind where you can earn ‘Man Points’ to spend against future purchases. Don’t forget to use my Referral Code: MK22832326.

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