Top notes: bergamot and citrus.
Middle notes: Siberian fir, balsam, and spruce.
Bottom notes: patchouli, smoke, and earth.
Did you know?
Due to the high bergamot content of our fragrance blend, our ADIRONDACK FOG products are the most expensive to produce.
Available as: liquid soap, bar soap, and lotion.
At the time of this writing, ADIRONDACK FOG ranks as our third most popular fragrance (based on sales), and it’s also the most misunderstood fragrance name we offer; when reading labels, we’ve heard customers say “Adirondack Frog,” “Adirondack Fig,” and even “Adirondack Smog.” But once we’re able to properly introduce this wonderful fragrance by its given name, the same question is asked by everyone; “what does Adirondack fog smell like?” To answer that question, I must begin with a moment when two very dissimilar brands converged in my life: Burt’s Bees, and Starbucks.