Lumberjacks toil from dawn to dusk conquering rugged terrain transforming the mighty tree to a floating log. Girded in their red plaid, the scent of tobacco emanating from their pipes. Since the 18th century, the lumberjack has held a permanent place in British Columbia folklore. Glorified for their toughness and grit, surveying the land — thunk, thunk, thunk goes the axe in their ongoing dance with the wilderness.
The 1871 series scents evoke hues of musk dipped in bourbon, wrapped in the resinous mahogany and santal, saturated in cloves of cinnamon, and whispering hints of bergamot soaked with the splendour of tobacco and patchouli