From the perfumer:

"Pineward perfumes capture abandoned alpine farmsteads, boreal bracken and briars, frost-laden and fog-blanketed firs, loam-covered logs, prickles of pine, thickly thicketed thistles, rotting rooted carpets, morel mushroom mycelium, sap encrusted spruces, misty, murky, mossy, forests up in a stoppered bottle. My hope is that wearing Pineward perfume will transport you to remote untamed forests far, far, past the reaches of civilization and into primeval black woods of fantasy.

I love all things pertaining to pines and conifers, but I find most perfumes I've tried shy away from the raw forest aspects. I have sampled and bought no small amount of conifer perfumes, and you can read my older reviews for others here. My goal in crafting these scents is to create the ultimate line of pine and fir perfumes, using the highest-quality natural ingredients possible to source. I don't wish to box myself in by making only coniferous perfumes, but they are a core tenet of Pineward. These perfumes are raw, unapologetically brutal affairs that attempt to emulate the gorgeous smells already found in nature.

The perfumes of Pineward are crafted largely using heavily concentrated absolutes and should be tested on small patches of skin before further application, or alternatively they may be worn on dark-colored garments. The perfumes are alcohol-based (using 200 proof grain alcohol), containing a mixed medium of natural materials and aromachemical components for support and stability. Steading is a non-vegan blend as it contains beeswax absolute and beaver castor, Velvetine also contains shore-gathered ambergris. 

I don't wish to market Pineward by hype and fear of missing out, and none these perfumes are limited editions save for Christmas Wine, which for now will likely be a seasonal offering returning again around the holidays. When they sell out, I will produce more of each based on demand, availability of materials, and personal judgement. I do not provide free products in exchange for reviews or exposure."

-Nick Nilsson

Standard processing times are 2-4 business days from the time an order is placed, though this may vary with seasonal releases. We ship orders on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week.

Returns are not accepted, and it is strongly reccomended that you sample before ordering. Please reach out if there is an issue with your order.

Over time, or from batch to batch, you may notice color changes, deposits, or slight alteration to the composition. This is due to the high percentage of natural ingredients in the compositions and is normal. 

Pineward perfumes are not IFRA compliant.



A 20usd charge for shipping will be applied to all international orders. Processing times may take up to a week and the default courier is USPS First Class. USPS First Class international shipping does NOT update the tracking information after it leaves US international shipping hubs and it is not possible to track your parcel once it leaves the US.

Upgraded international shipping using the courier of your choice is also available on this page for an additional 40usd (60usd total including the base fee).

International shipping is at your own risk; in cases of lost packages we may be able to send a replacement, but we do not have any control over shipping conditions.

Customers assume all responsibility for import fees, customs duties, tariffs, etc.

The Pineward line is also carried internationally by three retailers, Sweet Fern in Australia, Perfumeria Lulua in Poland, and Ecuacion Natural in Spain


Larger 107ml bottles are also available for purchase upon request ($320 for each 107ml bottle), please use the contact form to request an invoice if interested. These orders may take up to two weeks to fill.

For additional inquiries, please use the contact form or send an email to [email protected].

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Est. 2020