Murphy and McNeil | Tobac Fanaile Eau de Parfum .5oz
From Murphy and McNeil:
Tobacco was not introduced into Europe until 1548, and some of the first seeds were planted in County Cork, Ireland. Although it quickly grew in popularity, King James the First (1566-1625) greatly suppressed cultivation by raising taxes/duties. He claimed this was due to the “pernicious stink and perversion of the soil” it represented and was causing.
Tobac Fanaile is dedicated to those who look forward to donning some “pernicious stink” and being noticed.
This Eau de Parfum by Murphy and McNeil provides a lasting fragrance that is the perfect complement to our soaps, splashes, and balms. For best results spray 1-2 times from 3-6 inches away onto “hot spots” such as neck, shoulders, or chest.
- Scent Strength: Medium
- Top – Tobacco and Spice
- Middle – Tonka, Cacao, Vanilla
- Base – Fruit and Woods
- Note: Some may recognize this fragrance as an homage to “Tobacco Vanille” by Tom Ford. (No Affiliation)
- Denatured Alcohol, Fragrance
- Available in:
- 59 mL / 2.0 fl oz or
- 15mL / 0.5 fl oz