02 Ground Eau De Parfum
Step into a scent inspired by Myanmar’s ancient capital of Bagan, with Gabar 02 Ground eau de parfum. The deep and complex notes of wood bark, with creamy undertones of sandalwood, saffron and fig are reminiscent of the past, yet powerfully root you in the present.
This creamy, oud base note perfume evokes the crunch and textures of Myanmar’s La Phet (tea leaf) and the soft, creamy odours of Myanmar Thanakha (traditional tree bark). It’s a much loved, modern fragrance interpretation of a vast, warm and romantic land with its many emotive faces.
Root your daily rituals with Gabar 02 Ground eau de parfum. As you spray this sandalwood perfume onto your skin or around you, know that you are exactly where you need to be.
Heart: Orris, Fig, Cedarwood.
Base: Oud, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Musk.
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Ground No. II is not for the faint of heart. No, rather it's a punchy, rich, earthy, smokey mix that has you coming back again and again to take another whiff. Notably, because it's the first fragrance we've come across that uses unique scents like coriander, saffron, ginger, orris, fig, oud, vetiver and guaiac wood.
Liberty's best recent find is Gabar: a beautifully considered fragrance line that pays homage to its native Myanmar. Each scent in the small edit boasts striking realism, transporting you to a place in nature from first spritz. Ground uses pink pepper, creamy fig and smooth sandalwood to create an olfactory tribute to the ancient city of Bagan.
The Best Colognes For the Office. This peppery, woody number is one to get for "heard about it first" cred. If anyone of your office-mates ask, you'll get to say "you have to order it from the UK."
Gabar is a new women-led fragrance brand inspired by three distinct locations in Myanmar. Their scent Ground is a rich, creamy fragrance of sandalwood, patchouli, saffron, and fig that evokes the arid plains of Myanmar’s ancient capital of Bagan. Its elegant composition is an intriguing mixture of tangy La Phet (tea leaf salad) and the soft scent of Myanmar Thanakha (traditional tree bark).