A Toast To Ireland

Mine Perfume Lab Shamrock


With St Patrick’s Day on the horizon, we thought we’d spotlight a remarkable fragrance that is a love letter to Ireland. Italian niche perfumer Mine Perfume Lab has blended a warm, woody-floral scent for her or him that evokes the pristine green fields and charming pubs of Ireland.

Mine Perfume Labs Shamrock blends citrus notes with whiskey, honey, vanilla and smooth sandalwood. “Warm and enveloping, this fragrance becomes the emblem of mellifluous and liqueur scents,” says Max the brand creator. “The notes of honey are adorned by the whiskey give the perfume depth and body, but at the same time, make it caressing and sophisticated. To further articulate the olfactory pyramid, a base of sandalwood, musk and vanilla complement the bitter-sweetness of the top citrus notes.” Think of it as an olfactory homage to the pristine lands of Ireland.

Scent Style: a warm woody-floral scent for him or her

Key ingredients: Italian citrus, honey, whiskey, jasmine, sandalwood, vanilla

Scent fact: What’s special about this fragrance is the contrasting notes of citrus, warm whiskey, sweet honey and delicious vanilla.


Mine Perfume Labs fragrances are available in Canada at select Hudson’s Bay stores and

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  • Liz Howard
    March 7, 2023 at 10:29 pm

    This sounds amazing!

  • Jody Farr
    March 5, 2023 at 8:22 am

    Wow that is one amazing scent collaboration and to think of Ireland and how it transforms you to feeling a sense of warmth with the wonderful notes of woody floral and of course my favorite Vanilla!! This gets a 10 out of 10 from me!!

  • Linda L
    March 3, 2023 at 6:46 am

    Wouldn’t it be nice to revisit beautiful green Ireland with this special fragrance. Love the contrasting notes of citrus, whiskey, honey and vanilla. Can’t wait to spritz it!!!

  • September Dee
    March 1, 2023 at 3:57 pm

    The notes in the scent are really pleasant. I can just imagine how it smells.,For the last few months I keep seeing things in my social media feed about Ireland and here is yet another. I think the universe is sending me a message and I must plan a visit soon.