joya / composition no. 1 roll on perfume
In Joya’s first perfume, Composition No. 1, the forbidden fruit—quince, not apple—puts forth a surprising and innocent character. Warm, inviting and subtly sweet on the skin, danger is rendered fresh and open.
\ kämpəˈziSH(ə)n \
– the nature of something's ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up.
– a work of music, literature, or art.
– fruity-floral, creamy-citrus, luscious, full and fresh
An orchestral confection whose first movement erupts with arpeggios of bright citrus and rich florals, followed by an adagio of creamy sandalwood and vanillic tonka bean.
Top Notes: sparkling citrus, Italian Mandarin, Valencia orange and quince…
Heart: rich florals, heliotrope petals, tuberose, jasmine, camellia and Damask rose…
Drydown: creamy sandalwood, pale musk and a hint of tonka bean…
Ingredients: Isopropyl Myristate, Parfum (Fragrance), Benzyl Benzoate, Lilial, D'imonene, Lyral, Linalool, Eugenol, Citronellol.
Key Fragrance Components: Ambroxan, Bay Oil, Boisambrene Forte, Cashmeran, Cedarwood Virginia, Cypress, Damascone Alpha, Galaxolide, Habanolid, Iso E Super, Lyral, Olibanum, White Grapefruit.
Net Weight: 10 ml / 0.34 fl. oz.
Joya designs and manufactures fragrances and scented objects in New York City. Joya’s collection of scents distill and capture not only plant and flower essences but also the moods and melodies of the forgotten and impossible.