A dusky haze of rose, entwined with ink-stained patchouli, unfurls into a brooding base of smoky incense, black pepper and tobacco absolute.
Róisín Dubh (little black rose) takes its name from a subversive 16th-century Irish song, which is still sung to this day.
'This small artisan perfumery overlooks the beautiful Galway Bay. The Cloon Keen Atelier perfume collection, influenced by their film making heritage, sets evocative scenes that are both precious and fragile.
Each fragrance created by Cloon Keen Atelier unravels the mysteries of their Irish home. Every fragrance tells a story.
Cloon Keen Atelier’s perfumes are the expression of discreet Irish style and impeccable craftsmanship. Timeless elegance, Irish lyricism, and the spirit of warm generosity are the values underpinning Cloon Keen Atelier.