American sagebrush, flowering white thyme, and prairie switchgrass from the wild western territories. Perfect for robbing banks on horseback.
Cowboy Grass is dirty-leathery. Not the warm aristocratic leather of drawing room sofas, but rather the saddles worn and ragged from years of use by riders who transversed the West. Perhaps there’s even a nod to the ashy-oily scent of an antique Colt 45 revolver strapped within the seat. This may be what Mick smells like when he whines out the chorus in ‘Torn & Frayed’ (part of the Stones epic Exile on Main Street – a masterpiece of American musical idioms).
Notes: rosewood, wild thyme, bergamot, sagebrush, basil, rose Otto, vetiver, grass, ambergris