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silencethesea 100 ml parfum

5 reviews
$960.00 USD
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silencethesea captures the intimacy of the lover's gaze: soundless, eternal, profound.

The pure ambergris in silencethesea is the foundation for an arousing, animalic fragrance distilled from marine mysteries and subterranean depths. This provocative formula achieves its leathery edge by incorporating black oud and blue chamomile; gentle notes of natural narcissus, tuberose absolute, and mimosa place silencethesea in a class by itself. Musk, white truffle and purifying angelica further invigorate this daring fragrance.

Wearing silencethesea is a modern olfactory adventure like none other, provoking a deeply primal, hypnotic effect.

Our 100 ml eau de parfum is beautifully presented with a custom-designed 24 karat gold-plated cap.

SCENT: Ambergris is an alleged aphrodisiac; it is used as a fixative to help scents last much longer and its perfume can be best described as marine, animal and sweet.
ORIGIN/PRODUCTION: Ambergris is a secretion from sperm whales who secrete a waxy paste to protect themselves from digestive irritation; it obtains its odor when in contact with salt and sun. The longer it floats on the water’s surface, the softer its scent. It is the most costly of all raw materials, worth around 10 times the price of gold.

SCENT: Scent resembles dark green leaves with a touch of hyacinth and jasmine
ORIGIN/PRODUCTION: Narcissus comes from the amaryllis family (along with Daffodils)

SCENT: Has a fresh, almost citrus-like aspect which counterparts a pronounced warm, woody, dominant theme
ORIGIN/PRODUCTION: Frankincense absolute is obtained from Boswellia trees, native to the Arabian peninsula & northeastern Africa

DISCLAIMER: Due to the use of natural oils, absolutes, and essences in strangelove’s perfumes, it is not uncommon for sediment or darkening to appear in your perfume. Over time, a perfume is subject to disintegration and oxidation of the natural ingredients in particular and sometimes, the alcohol can cause evaporation as well. These are normal occurrences for natural perfumes, similar to natural teas and wines.

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Based on 5 reviews
Scent of Poseidon

Poseidon is God of the Seas. If there is such a signature scent for him, perhaps silencethesea is the only appropriate one and I will explain why. This product is not for the faint hearted person, thus only for true connoisseur to experience. It has a very animalic and ultra pungent fishy smell at the initial spray and probably a mistake to categorize this as a fragrance at all. I much prefer it to be called an olfactive wonder just because if one can get past the initial spray, it's when the magic happens. Wearing silencethesea, I am instantly transported to the deepest ocean level where there is almost no sunlight coming through. The visual is so vividly real as if I can feel the enermous pressure and underwater current all over the body. The scent somehow capture the power of the ocean in stillness. Wearing this always make me feel confident and powerful as if all the forces of the ocean are carried with me. Beyond that there is also the feel of calm and serenity deep down.
Smell of the ocean is very abstract to be described yet very distinctive and familiar for us. To be able to translate this universal form so lively and accurately is an amazing work of art. I'm very grateful to have it in my collection. When I wear it, it feeds my mind and soul far beyond smelling sensory only. I wear it when I want to be one with mother nature and feel empowered like Poseidon God himself.

True art in a bottle

The beautiful scent opens with a blast of airy freshness but in seconds it starts to show its character. Soon enough the oud starts appearing but it never dominates everything else. You just feel it is here.

This fragrance is very strong on ambergris, so for some, it might be a little challenging. It is animalic, but not fecal though. The perfume is very complex and so much is going on here. There is a truffle note listed, together with some white flowers. To me, it smells a lot like a chamomille, and it gets a little brightness to the scent. While sniffing the wrist, sometimes I grab some smokiness, so it doesn't let the flowers take the mainline and make the scent too sweet. This perfume also has a little aquatic quality, slightly salty. It helps to keep the freshness in here, and it is so different than any other aquatic fragrances I've ever smelled.

Talking about the performance, the scent is super strong. A couple of sprays are more than enough, and it lasts for hours. But one thing is that it never gets boring. Smelling this perfume is a journey, and every time you can get something different, find something new. This is true art in a bottle.

So realistic, so raw

The scent is full of contrasts:earthy, salty, fresh, dirty, marine-animalic, but also mineral, dry and kind of metallic. So realistic, so raw…The sharp animalic initial blast quite quickly transforms into a fresh ocean mist with a touch of woddy darkness added by the natural oud. The fragrance is in general well defined and smooth, gradually progressing on the aquatic- marine structure.


Just wanted to let you know that we received the product a couple days again and I am IN LOVE with Dead of Night and Silence the Sea. Like dear lord. They are exhilarating and intoxicating fragrances! You've gained a customer for life :)

I have to say it has been quite a long road to choosing this scent in a way

I have to say it has been quite a long road to choosing this scent in a way. As you may recall I was originally attracted by silencethesea as it was so different. I tried it at Harrods. I have always had a really difficult relationship with oud…I had a number of decent oils 15 or so years ago and never really got one I liked and then of course there was the trend for everyone to make oud and I found it such a dominant note that if it was present in a scent it kind of instantly made the perfume smell (to me) unoriginal - everything else in the scent played third fiddle to the oud… for that reason I really did not like it and had honestly never smelled an oud scent that I really liked. For example I went through the entire urban retreat perfume area at Harrods and was given at least 20 oud perfumes and did not change my opinion. I had been trying a few different things and then when I put on your deadofnight the other day randomly I was struck by it and how exotic and well blended and unique the oil was...for me it has been quite a turnaround…if you’d asked me if I’d ever buy an agarwood-dominant perfume a year ago, I would have said no.