- Top notes: bergamot from Calabria, limette from Mexico, saffron from India
- Middles notes: sandalwood from New Caledonia, gaiac wood from India, white musk
- Base notes: papyrus from India, cedarwood from Texas, vanilla from Madagascar
Launched in 2014, Santal Carmin is also one of the more expensive colognes in the brand, with a 30 ml bottle running $115. Perhaps that's because it's part of the Haute Couture (powerful, rare, precious) line of colognes. It's classifiend as a woody Oriental, and while it is warmer than many of the Atelier colognes, it still manages to register as fresh/light as opposed to what I envision when I see a fragrance described as Oriental. I can't say I would invest in a bottle, but I do like it and will happily use up the sample.
- Top notes: Moroccan cedrat, lime from Mexico, bergamot from Calabria
- Middle notes: mint from China, basilic from Egypt, juniper berries from Macedonia
- Base notes: tonka bean from Brazil, vetiver from Haiti, elemi from Philippines