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Pacifica Spray Perfume Tibetan Mountain Temple
1 oz

Vetiver and Indonesian Patchouli are the base of this tranquil, incense-like Pacifica Spray Perfume, while Ginger sits lightly in the middle and Orange provides expansive lift for these distinctive essential oils.


Fun, fresh and fantastic, Pacifica Spray Perfume is made with natural, pure grain alcohol (corn-sourced and gluten-free) and Pacifica's signature phthalate free perfume blends with essential and natural oils. In powerful and timeless Tibetan Mountain Temple, it's sexy, easy to wear and lovely to layer!


Pacifica’s Tibetan Mountain Temple Spray Perfume contains natural denatured alcohol and Pacifica’s own fragrance blend with natural and essential oils including ginger, vetiver and orange.  No parabens, animal testing, animal ingredients or artificial colors.  100% VEGAN and GLUTEN FREE.


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Miriam: a few months ago

I have previously bought the solid perfume in this sent and I love it! It smells to me like baking gingersnaps. Cloves, ginger and a hint of an orangey smell. I don't particularly smell patchouli in it. But if you want to smell like gingersnaps which I do this is amazing smells exactly the same as the solid perfume! YUM.


Latie: more than a year ago

I've been wearing this fragrance for years, on myself it smells like a unique blend of citrus and cinnamon/spice. I would characterize it as warm, inviting, and comforting fragrance. This does not trigger my allergies, nor has it irritated anyone in my circles as it is natural and very easy to wear. This will always have a place on my vanity.


Andrea: more than a year ago

Amazing! This is my favourite perfume. I only wish they made the lotion to layer with it.


Judy: more than a year ago

Not overly thrilled with this scent, was expecting more patchouli.


Edith: more than a year ago

As vetiver and patchouli are usually strong notes not to mess around, I was expecting this perfume to have boldness, character. It turned out to be a faint, powdery generic note, with a slight tangy spiciness that fades on the drydown.
Not unpleasant, just do not expect a solid persona or impressive throw with this. Would need to be layered with maybe cedarwood or another wood note to support it.

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