Topanga Canyon Cologne Is California In a Bottle

Topanga, Topanga, Topanga. The name alone has shook the hearts and dirtied the minds of millions of teenage boys since the premiere of Boy Meets World in 1993. And it's about to get dirtier up in here. There's now a scent that matches the feeling you've had deep in your soul for the last 21 years with an olfactory experience that's akin to love at first site.

Juniper Ridge's wilderness perfumer spent the spring harvesting native California flowers and plants in coastal canyons, from Big Sur to Baja for the creation of the limited-edition, trail-foraged fragrance, Topanga Canyon Cologne

"This is pure, dreamy springtime California," says Juniper Ridge found Hall Newbegin. "It's Neil Young's 'Cinnamon Girl' on an old car radio and the hills exploding with sticky green life after the winter rains." The aromatic fragrance sends notes of sage, lilac, tree bark, and juniper directly where applied.

It's a truly intoxicating and nostalgic cologne that'll help you remember why you ditched the aerosol spray stuff and moved on to the big leagues.

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and often wonders if Danielle Fishel received all of his love letters, obscene photos, and pornographic wooden etchings.