“Roter Presssack” aroma oil by Frank Leder
The red brawn is on the very old sausage recipes that have their origin in home butchery. Next to pork rind, fresh blood, and the remains of the head of a pig, the butchers of the Franconian countryside use spices like marjoram, pepper, cloves and allspice. These seasonings lend the oil its aromatic, spicy notes.
The aroma oil is highly concentrated – a few drops are enough to infuse your rooms with this subtle and distinct fragrance.
About Frank Leder
If there is one designer who brings German tradition into his work without dabbling in odiously naive notions of “Heimat”, it’s Frank Leder. In terms of aesthetics and production, his collections are firmly indebted to the legacy of German craftsmanship, reimagining guild clothing and traditional folk costumes.The bulk of Frank’s sales happen in Japan and frankly, we think it’s a scandal that there is as yet not one German fashion store selling his stunning attire.
His cosmetics, too, are full of subtle references and Frank’s trademark wit. His fragrances may sound unusual, but are thoroughly joyful – don’t be surprised if even a hand soap named after long begone butcher’s products leaves you wanting more!