A warm, rugged perfume tribute to fatherhood and masculinity, that doesn’t just smell good on men. Mark Constantine’s poignant ode to his lost father smells lived in and reassuring, like burying your face in clothing to get the scent of a person. Spicy clove bud and coriander provide spice and notes of freshly brewed coffee, while vetivert and cedarwood suggest a hint of tobacco and the great outdoors. A nostalgic fragrance that both comforts the wearer and evokes a longing for home.
About 6 months ago
There is just something about this scent that has stuck with me over the years. I will never forget spraying it for the first time and almost throwing it across the shop as it was so out of the ordinary of perfumes I’ve ever smelled before. I didn’t give up on it and I narrowed the smell I didn’t enjoy...
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About 2 years ago
This perfume is the perfect blend of warmth and nostalgia, I currently own the body spray (which I am furious that they discontinued it!) and I love nothing more than spraying it on a cozy jumper or spritzing it on a winter scarf. It smells like pure comfort to me, my fiance says when I wear it he loves snuggling up to me because it smells like home to him. I can honestly say without hesitation that this is the best thing to come out of lush, and that I never want to wear anything else as a personal fragrance, I am 24 and female, and I feel this fragrance suits everyone, please give it a try.
About 5 months ago
This scent is like nothing else I’ve ever smelled. It’s heady, warm and long lasting with a nostalgic foodie element that you can’t quite put your finger on (my brain says spiced hot cross buns, if that helps!)
True unisex frangrance, have received compliments on it during every single use so far. Will be buying a second bottle before it disappears.
2 months ago
About 2 months ago
I wanted something different from Karma and sun. The girl in the store showed me Dear John and sprayed the back of my hand. She asked what I thought. I smelt comfort, happy memories, childhood and home.
I wore it when I met up with an old friend. When we greeted each other with a hug, she told me I smelt like happiness.
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