Junky Eau de Parfum Mixte
The name is in reference to the William Burroughss novel, published in 1952.
William Burroughss was the most experimental and avant-garde figure of the Beat Generation, the one who went furthest in developing the complexity of the novel.
In his youth, he escaped through reading Oscar Wilde, and he went on to lead a bohemian lifestyle, delighting in extreme experiences. His first novel, Junky, describes the harsh reality of addiction.
Head: Hemp, Rosewood, Galbanum.
Heart: Iris, Violet, Gardenia.
Base: Cashmeran, Cedar, Javanese Vetiver, Sweet Myrrh, Frankincense, Cade, Moss.
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
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