Amongst the transcendental woods of the 1800s, craftsmen from the Massachusetts Bay Colony built violins & bows in the tiny towns of the Pioneer Valley. The shops were riddled with old growth mahogany, burled maple shavings, amber pine rosin, aged walnut & their unique secret varnishes.
- TOP NOTES: Violin varnish, mahogany, outdoors accord
- HEART NOTES: Amber pine rosin, maplewood, cypress
- BASE NOTES: Spiced tree resin, cedar, moss