Summer Part 2 - The Bottling Room
THE BOTTLING ROOM
Brave New World // Aldous Huxley
Originally released with the Summer 2018 collection, inspired by banned books.
Banned in Ireland and Australia, 1932. Frequently challenged and/or removed as required reading in schools throughout the United States for "language, moral content, and adult themes."
"I shall begin at the beginning," said the D.H.C. and the more zealous students recorded his intention in their notebooks: Begin at the beginning. "These," he waved his hand, "are the incubators." And opening an insulated door he showed them racks upon racks of numbered test-tubes. "The week's supply of ova. Kept," he explained, "at blood heat; whereas the male gametes," and here he opened another door, "they have to be kept at thirty-five instead of thirty-seven. Full blood heat sterilizes." Rams wrapped in theremogene beget no lambs.
This is a premium fragrance - samples will be filled 2/3 by weight.
☾ Notes: ☽
Sterile glass, electricity, copper, hot light bulbs, lab-grown flowers, synthetic greenery
☾ Fragrance Family: ☽
Conceptual & avant-garde. The synthetic reconstruction of a flower grown in sterile lab glass