You can go to the mountains, but you can’t make the mountains come to you. Well. That didn’t vibe right with the folks at Juniper Ridge, who, generally, spend most of their days romping through Mt. Tam’s wilderness. When they got home, they missed what they smelled. So, they bottled it.
Being a “wilderness perfumer” isn’t really something new or exciting—it’s getting back to how fragrances were made for thousands of years, back before petrochemicals took over the industry. Juniper Ridge’s doing things the old way (the better way), and makes 100% organic, wild-foraged scents that come straight from the mountains, then are put into convenient bottles for you to carry around as cologne, soap, or cabin spray.
The newest concoction is Winter Redwood, the crisp scent of a cool morning in the woods. It’s a reminder of one of our favorite places, the wilderness of Marin County—where, conveniently enough, we spent some time concocting our own scents with the boys. From our backyard to your home, we’re happy to share the scent.