Hibiscus style natural perfumes

Natural Ingredient - Hibiscus

Hibiscus, with its vibrant and showy blossoms, captivates with its tropical allure. Its striking petals and bold colours make it a standout flower in any garden or floral arrangement.

It’s the hibiscus seeds that are used in perfume (known as ambrette seeds).

They bring a natural musk scent to the fragrance.

We love nature not just in our fragrances we wear, but also in our everyday life. We are inspired by raw, pure ingredients and how we can play with them. So this month we played with hibiscus...

Hibiscus Style perfumes

Vahy Ember Haze

Ember Haze fuses smoky woods with the rich, luxurious warmth of amber and vanilla.

Inspired by fireside evenings in cosy log cabins and alpine resorts.

Top note: Cardamom, Almond Bitter, Symtrap Clove
Middle note: Amber, Patchouli, Sandalwood
Base note: Guaiac Wood, Vanilla, Vetiver

One Seed Courage

An ethereal scent with a delicious combination of Magnolia, Ylang Ylang and Amber.

Softness and strength. Full bodied, the magnolia in bloom on a branch, steady and poised. Liquid amber dripping onto berry stained fingertips. The ethereal ylang ylang sitting cool in the atmosphere. Courage takes us to the clouds.

Top note: Wild Berries
Middle note: Magnolia, Ylang Ylang, Rosewood, Violet Petals
Base note: Vanilla, Amber

Aura-Soma 56

A violet scent wrapped in notes of musk, warm Sandalwood, Amber and Nutmeg as a refreshing contrast. Designed for those that want to be seen.

The pale violet over the pale violet is called St Germain. It is a very beautiful combination, designed to help those who find it difficult to be seen, even if they have amazing qualities or gifts. It helps them to come out and be themselves.

Violet stands for loyalty, truthfulness and the sensitive thinker. The perfumers have wrapped this predominantly deep purple flower in notes of Musk, warm Sandalwood, Amber and added the high strung, almost metallic Nutmeg as a top note, as a refreshing contrast.

Top note: Nutmeg, Violet, Ylang Ylang
Middle note: Jasmine, Powder Notes
Base note: Sandalwood, Amber, Musk

Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea is tangy and delicious, a vibrant and invigorating drink that you can enjoy any time of the day. Plus it has amazing anti-oxidant health benefits.

Serves: 2


  • teaspoon of dried hibiscus petals
  • pinch of lemongrass
  • a couple of mint leaves
  • squeeze of lemon
  • honey to taste


  1. Combine the hibiscus petals, lemongrass and mint in your teapot.
  2. Add the boiling water and leave to steep for 3 minutes.
  3. Pour your tea and add a squeeze of lemon and dollop of honey to taste.