Heart : Patchouli, Carnation, Geranium, Vetiver, Cedar, Rose and Jasmine
Base : Leather, Moss, Musk, Incense and Castoreum
Such a cool name is attached to this 1984 release from Veejaga. Images of certain party favorites spring to mind, but I can assure you that whoever ( in the marketing department ) named this fragrance was probably on the pipe. This is not hash nor is it bong water. Besides, would you really want to smell like the smoke residue of hash or hash oil? Even more unsavory would be the aroma of bong water blanketing your skin. The idea may be cute, but the reality would be a scrubber.
Celery? Nail varnish? Tender woods? What the hell is this you say? Fear not my friend. You have entered the world of Veejaga. This is an eclectic, herbaceous phenomenon that isn't done transforming just yet.
As you try and digest the top accord, Hascish Homme quietly begins to exhibit a bit more wood and florals. The vegetal quality is evident and will remain for the life of the scent. Of the four floral components listed, only the carnation and geranium come to fruition on my skin. This commences when the heart comes alive. There is also a cumulative earthiness transpiring from vetiver and patchouli. This goes to work underneath the herbaceous opening.
In closing, Hascish Homme is a herbaceous, nail varnished tender woody with earthy and smoky leather attributes. Did I get that right? Uh.....I believe it's a close enough autopsy to publish, so that's what I'll do. Sillage is good and longevity is about 5 hours on my skin. Thumbs up from Aromi for the psychotropic juice going by the name of Hascish Homme.