Cowboy Grass Eau de Parfum
Cowboy Grass Eau de Parfum is a fragrance by D.S. and Durga. The notes of this fragrance are Rosewood, wild thyme, bergamot, sagebrush, basil, rose otto, vetyver, grass, and ambergris.
Still as a silvered sunset on a dry summer’s eve, Cowboy Grass crackles with quiet urgency across the skin. Parched and desolate, the sagebrush awaits the fire. The scent teeters on the edge of ignition, but seems somehow to hold back, soothed perhaps by a sense of latent moisture in the air, brushing through the flowering white thyme and prairie switchgrass. The rooty majesty of vetiver is one of perfumery’s most vital and transcendent notes, the full flavor secreted away in the rhizome of Chrysopogon zizanioides which is harvested, hung and dried like precious game. Cowboy Grass is lit through with Haitian vetiver, known for its sweeter, smokier tones. The fragrance settles into a calming rhythmic aridity, vast and mysterious. We see the hands of Christina Olson in Wyeth’s iconic 1948 painting planted firmly in the grass as she looks up at that distant haunting grey house. One of the most skeletal depictions of landscape in scent, Cowboy Grass is a quiet masterpiece, a poignant scent of hush and privacy.