The Royal Copenhagen Mush fragrance was released by the Royal Copenhagen design house in 1974. The fragrance has fresh green top notes of sage, basil and lavender, balanced out by a floral heart of lily of the valley, neroli and jasmine. The fragrance settles into manly spicy-woody notes on dry down as scents of musk, amber, nutmeg, patchouli and oakmoss sweep in.
- Top notes of sage, basil and lavender
- Middle notes of lily of the valley, neroli and jasmine
- Base notes of musk, amber, nutmeg, patchouli and oakmoss
About the Brand
A Danish manufacturer of porcelain, Royal Copenhagen (Royal Porcelain Factory) was established in 1775 and had its first headquarters in Copenhagen. Today, the brand is popular for producing fine porcelain which is hand-painted and made using ancient methods. The company is unique in the way it honors tradition but also accepts innovation. Presently, Royal Copenhagen is operational in the United States, European Union and Asia. It employs over 500 people. There are three perfumes available by Royal Copenhagen and the first edition was launched in the year 1970. The company falls under the Scandinavian group of companies called Royal Scandinavia.