Ben Gorham and Start Snow by Byredo

A born-and-raised Swede, Ben Gorham grew up in Canada before moving to Stockholm to study fine arts. He has two siblings – a Swedish father and an Indian mother. He played professional basketball before turning to perfumery in 2006. Today, he’s a multimillionaire with a new line of fragrances, BYREDO. These scents are inspired by the people and places in his life and are inspired by the memories that surround him.

In the first incarnation:

Animal notes evoke images of fear and horror, but with the right combination, they can be enchanting. For instance, the synthetic milk note smells horrible, but is beautiful when combined with other raw materials. The resulting scent has a comforting effect on the human body, and this is exactly what a fragrance should do. But it’s not only the raw materials that make animal notes a must-have.

The name Start Snow was inspired by the Swedish word’s art snöw’, meaning ‘black snow’. The blend of cinnamon, cumin, ginger, clove, sandalwood, and jasmine is soothing and comforting. But the word Start Snow also has a darker side: it is a sensual, and powerful fragrance.

In his second collection:

Byredo has partnered with Acne for Start Snow, a fresh and edgy aroma. Start Snow is a scent that translates into ‘black snow,’ and it’s composed of cinnamon, ginger, lavender, sandalwood, and clove. In addition to animal notes, a perfume can also contain synthetic notes, like the milky note in “Start Snow.”

Start Snow is an incredibly powerful fragrance by Byredo. The name is Swedish for ‘black snow’ and is a mix of ginger, sandalwood, and cinnamon. It also has a strong, psychedelic aroma. The name is also a very clever one, as it has both meanings. In fact, it is a blend of spices that is derived from different parts of the world.

Black snow:

The word ‘redolence’ in English means ‘black snow’, and this scent is a blend of cinnamon, ginger, and sandalwood oil. The scent is so unique that it’s impossible to describe it in words. But byredo’s name is a sexy, modern take on the traditional fragrance. And the brand’s name is a pun on the psychedelic side: It’s a product that combines the best of both worlds.

In essence, the word redolence has both an ugly and a beautiful side. It is a powerful, beautiful fragrance, and it makes us feel happy and sad. For the sake of the brand, it’s important to keep the animal notes in mind when creating the fragrance. These are the raw materials of scents, and they have a face of beauty and ugliness.

Final Speech:

The power of scents is a superpower. This superpower makes people’s fragrances more appealing. Using animals as raw materials, animals have a dual face. Their sweetness may be pleasing to humans, but their ugly side may be offensive to them. This is why they’re considered unappealing. If you’re allergic to animal-derived ingredients, you might want to try an artificial version.

Byredo is another company that uses the superpower of scent. Start Snow is Swedish for “black snow”. It blends cinnamon, ginger, clove, sandalwood, and other natural ingredients to create a fragrant fragrance. Whether you’re allergic to these ingredients or not, it’s not a problem for Ben. Rather, it’s a great way to express your personality.