Demeter Kelp by Demeter Cologne. The noses behind Demeter Kelp, Christopher Brosius and Francis Kurkdjian, took their inspiration from hiking outside
and through the Presidio, the San Fransisco Bay area park. With its kelp and marine elements, the blue-green pick-me-up cologne spray is easy to apply and wear. Its admirers describe its scent as clean, fresh and green. The fragrance is also easy to tote. The brand presents it in a compact squared glass flacon with a cylindrical polished silver
cap. The container's white presentation label features black lettering and a vivid, fresh green design accent.
Demeter Fragrance Library launched the scent in 2019. The Pennsylvania-based company released its first fragrance in 1996 and has gone on to offer a vast collection of single-note scents that are "simple and understandable." According to the brand, its offerings capture everyday experiences and objects, making them familiar and comforting. Examples include Dirt, Grass, Paperback, Petrichor and Wet Garden.