Invisible Post by 19-69 is an ode to the traveling counterculture of 1960s rock music and the Summer of Love in 1967. Ideas and locations for the next hotspot or music festival were shared within the hippie community by the "Invisible Post". The scent is bursting and woody, with notes that include green fig, black currant and Virginian cedarwood.
“Summer of Love was a social phenomenon that occurred during the summer of 1967. A cultural earthquake determined to trash the previous generation’s old values and embrace a new consciousness of freedom, sex, drugs and rock’n’roll. The search for enlightenment led the flower children to travel to places like Machu Picchu and Kathmandu using decorated, colorful Volkswagen buses. Ideas on the next hotspot or music festival were collectively shared within the hippie community by the Invisible Post.” – Johan Bergelin, Founder & Creative Director
Notes: petitgrain, green fig, tangerine, palm leaf, black currant, cyclamen, sandalwood, Virginian cedarwood, tonka beans