A sensual, velvety fragrance influenced by Japanese beauty rituals housed in an artisanal glass bottle.


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Sake Eau de Parfum is a sensual, velvety fragrance influenced by Japanese beauty rituals housed in an artisanal glass bottle.

Top Notes: langsat fruit, grapefruit, ginger
Heart Notes: white peach absolute, lotus flower, transparent lily of the valley
Base Notes: osmanthus, vanilla, musk, white sandalwood

“I was inspired by the understated yet exotic elements of Japanese bathing rituals. Geisha used to soak in rice water, scented with persimmons, lotus, rose, and chrysanthemum. I wanted to reinterpret this ancient sensuality with contemporary notes, like langsat fruit, pure peach absolute, and rare white sandalwood.”—Lev Glazman, Fresh Co-founder and Fragrance Designer

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The Story of Sake

“To keep our bathing ritual authentic, we use pure sake, just like that of the Japanese geisha’s purifying baths that inspired us.”
—Alina Roytberg,
Fresh Co-founder

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"This scent is fresh, clean, and original!"

Beautiful scent This is by far, one of my favorite scents of all time. And I do enjoy sampling various perfumes and but I love, love love fresh sake scent. For me, to best wear it on a cold winter month to enhance the fragrance and undertone scents. Its a beautiful fragrance and alot of websites dont really sells them but you can always find it here on fresh website which is great. November 15, 2012
Interesting Oriental Fragrance Interesting oriental exotic fragrance. Everyday fresh and light exotic fragrance. Not heavy. Light woodsy undertone. November 8, 2012
My absolute FAVORITE I LOVE this parfum. The notes aren't too sweet or too floral, but it's incredibly feminine, sophisticated and sexy. No one can ever put their finger on what it is, and everyone loves it! It drives men crazy ;). It's unlike any other perfume. It's never overpowering. And it lasts almost all day. November 7, 2012
A rich scent I bought the Sake perfume on a whim one day. It turned out that I prefer more effervescent scents such as the Hesperides on my skin. It is not a bad perfume; it just seems a little heavy for me. I've always enjoyed lighter scents. However, I can see this smelling beautiful on someone else who enjoys a more complex scent, so I would recommend to someone--at least to try. November 6, 2012