Mad Anthony is named for Major General Anthony Wayne, who won the battle of Fallen Timbers (which occurred along the Maumee River, about 3 miles from the Happyland headquarters, in what is now Waterville, OH) during the Northwest Indian War in the mid 1790’s.
Major General Wayne was charismatic, courageous, and a bit of a loose cannon, hence his nickname Mad Anthony.
Several NW Ohio landmarks and schools are named for him, along with a stretch of US route 24, known as The Anthony Wayne Trail.
We think that he would have liked this this fragrance…it’s mad good!
Notes: Bergamot, Lemon, Dry Grass, Pink Pepper, Cardamom, Galbanum, Benzoin, Evernyl, Patchouli, Cedar, Orris Root and Ambergris
Something different from Happyland for the warmer weather!!!
Wunderland is a wunderful blend of Mint, Myrrh, Green notes, oakmoss, vetiver, orange blossom, and ambergris.
Gaelic Mist is the second Happyland release designed with warmer months in mind.
Inspired by a trip to Scotland, which included about 5 days spent exploring The Highlands.
The landscapes were breathtaking. The hills, the lochs, the ruins of castles, and the mist-filled valleys.
I wanted to design a fragrance that would remind me how it felt being there, and this is the result
Notes are: Lemon, orange, fig, iris, rose, violet leaf, sandalwood, vetiver, oakmoss, cardamom, and musk
Inspired by the bluegrass standard of the same name, as well as the song ‘Up On Cripple Creek’ by The Band, Cripple Creek is meant to harken back to a time and state of mind that were worry free, simple, and relaxed. A place worth revisiting…over and over again.
Cripple Creek is a blend of bourbon, ambrette, oak, amber, musk, caramel, ambergris, and a dash of lime and rose.