Pop TV’s successful comedy series, Schitt’s Creek, has collaborated with beauty brand Beekman 1802 to create a personal care line of handcrafted, goat milk-enriched products that boast a rose scent, a nod to the show’s fictional lifestyle shop Rose Apothecary. The items launched this week on Beekman1802.com.

The partnership came to be thanks to Beekman 1802’s co-founders, Dr. Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, both of whom are fans of the show and who reached out for a collaboration. Their personal story mirrors the plot of the show. Commonalities include a small town located in the middle of nowhere; a family that landed in a rural spot formerly from a busy metropolitan city; a curated apothecary, where people come to shop for handmade items from local artisans. It’s both the tale of Rose Apothecary and Beekman 1802.

The limited-edition collection features five Beekman 1802 essential bath and body items decked out in special Rose Apothecary packaging. There’s a Rose Apothecary Whipped Body Cream ($38), made from goat milk and creamy butters; Rose Apothecary Lip Balm ($8), a hydrating goat milk formula with botanical extracts, shea butter and beeswax; Rose Apothecary Bar Soap ($15), a creamy goat milk and botanicals blend to gently cleanse and nourish skin; and Rose Apothecary Perfume ($40), featuring top notes of ivy leaves, middle notes of rose, jasmine and neroli blossom, and bottom notes of geranium and sandalwood. Other items include a Rose Apothecary Votive Candle ($16) and a Rose Apothecary Tote Bundle ($50).

Best of all? The Beekman 1802 Mercantile in Sharon Springs, NY transformed for a limited time into the Rose Apothecary.