GRAND LARCENY

POSTCARD FROM AUSTRALIA | Convict National Rose Garden, Tasmania.

Inspired by the story of Australian rouge Thomas Peters this richly seductive fragrance celebrates the rule breakers and rebels.

In 1802 our founder's British ancestor was convicted of grand larceny and sentenced to death for stealing a dozen silver spoons. As luck would have it, his sentence was pardoned to "punishment by transportation" securing his seat alongside fellow British rogues aboard the HMS Calcutta bound for the distant land of Australia. From convict to colonist, a new world awaited for the brazen that survived the journey. 

Australia was colonised by Europeans in the 18th century, beginning as a penal settlement, however it has a rich history long before this. Australia’s First People have lived on the land since the beginning with evidence of Indigenous occupation dating back over 60,000 years.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. 

NOTES

A rose for the rebels, Grand Larceny is an intoxicating fragrance that marries a vetiver bourbon with Australian sandalwood wrapped in an alluring spiced bouquet full of intrigue.