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It takes time, skill and passion to craft a remarkable fragrance. These four scents are the brainchildren of men and women who, in addition to their main lines of work, have channelled their creativity into olfactory endeavours


Smoke, gunpowder, blood and brandy – not a collection of notes that often spring to mind when you think about fragrance. But then none of the five creations in musician Leo Crabtree’s startling ‘Come Hell or High Water’ collection are what you’d expect – in his other job as live drummer for big beat pioneers The Prodigy, Crabtree helps to bring the band’s iconic music to life. These fragrances, which are all inspired by Britain’s nautical history, are equally attention-grabbing. 1805 Tonnerre imagines moments within the Battle of Trafalgar, and it’s a provocative riot of rich smoke with a citrus blast that’s not for the faint-hearted.

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