Tombstone, Arizona is home to one of the last frontier towns, and some of the original rustlin' cowboys, in the American Old West. Taking form in the late 1800s, those "cowboys" were considered the most dangerous outlaws and thieves of the West, versus the legitimate cow herders or ranchers of today. Saddled up on their horses with worn leather boots, these original organized crime rings would come blowing through Western towns, stealing cattle, coaches and citizens' earnings, then frequenting saloons for a cold drink on that stolen dime. Dangerous, rough around the edges and mysterious, they'd then ride off into the sunset, disappearing under star-carpeted nightfall into the Superstitions.
Scent: leather + absinthe + vetiver
Mood: sexy, dark, mysterious and a little bit dangerous
Burn: 12 oz // 70+ Hours