Wishlists & Preferences
Gifts are never expected, but always appreciated – and almost nothing will earn your favor in My eyes quite like giving Me exactly what I want.
If you wish to make a special impression before or upon arrival to your session – or simply want to capture My attention while admiring Me from afar – consider gifting Me what I desire, as shared here among My wishlists and preferences.
One of My favorite ways to wind down after sessions is savoring a delicious Gin & Tonic while relaxing in My garden oasis. Walking through the door with one of these bottles is sure to put a smile on My face.
Think you know a gin that’s not on My list and will really impress Me? Go for it! I enjoy trying new things, and favor small batch, artisinal gins that are unique and challenging to find.
A curious gin from the Black Forest in Germany. Made with 47 (yes, really) botanicals and bottled at 47%. Schwarzwald Dry Gin.
Inspired by the moon, and made using a secret blend of botanicals, Hendrick’s Lunar Gin offers heady aromas of night-scented flowers, citrus oils, and exotic spices.
Using a secret selection of flowers, Hendrick’s have created a gin with an intensely floral bouquet that blossoms on the palate.
Flavored with 10 botanicals, Brockmans premium gin is fruity and equally at home in a gin and tonic or with ginger ale, as well as just on its own over ice.
Aranami – meaning ‘raging waves’ in Japanese – is a silky-smooth navy strength gin offering notes of citrus, spicy pepper and delicate flowers, with a lively juniper centre.
Fallen Angel Blood Orange
This English gin has been infused with a secret mix of botanicals, including blood orange and juniper, to create a bold, citrus-led gin with a rich orange colour. Presented in the iconic Fallen Angel bottle.
Rochelt Annia's Gin
Originally intended only for the owners’ private consumption, this hand-crafted, crisp spirit is made from just two ingredients – mature Gravenstein apple eau-de-vie and Austrian juniper.
Forest Earl Grey
Made from hand-foraged botanicals such as bilberry, moss, gorse flower, juniper and pine, plus Earl Grey tea, this gin is a complex blend of earthy, herbal and floral flavours with exotic and bitter notes from the tea.
Fresh flowers make Me happy, and are also known to reduce stress, help with sleep, and freshen the air in a room. Orchids are My favorite flower, but I enjoy any florals that are fresh and lively, and especially those that are complemented by a wonderful, fragrant aromoa, such as eucalyptus.
As an avid collector of Memory Blocks from Sid Dickens, I am in good company among the likes of Sir Elton John, Bono, and Sting. Sid Dickens is internationally renowned for his historical, symbolic and sometimes gothic motifs, sensual dark tones, and sculpted tridimensional tiles, adding fantasy and rebellion to each of his creations for over 25 years.
A few of the blocks from My personal collection are featured below. If you wish to gift Me something truly special, consider selecting a skull or floral themed block from the Limited Edition or Studio Sale collections, which are featured under online exclusives on his website.
Oddities & Curiosities
The unusual, the unique, the obscure – this is what attracts and intrigues Me. I have a strong affinity for curiosities and oddities, especially authentic items with a storied journey from their past. My current collection includes a ram skull, mountain lion skull, butterflies, moths, wet specimens – such as snakes and tattooed pig ears – and many other items that were once living and breathing beings, which are among My most highly revered gifts.