You are in a forest of tall, spaced trees, with semi-sandy soil growing under these fragrant trees. All that environment passed on a dry day, even the tree trunks protecting the shade of those flowers underneath covered the sky and the rain fell, then the sun settled and sent its rays into the dewy air. All this while you stand on the edge of that forest. The breeze brings you the scent of wood and flowers with this earthy characteristic and the effect of rain on the soul. The fragrance opens with a rich opening, which is a mixture of sweet cardamom and resin mixed with light creamy woody notes of sandalwood. It contains sweet and soft balsamic dew, has a dry and dusty woody texture, and has the property of sawdust. Despite the intensity of these notes, they appear more diffuse and calming as the fragrance evolves so much that it will eventually come to you in the form of crumbling notes as if carried by the flap of a small bird’s wing.
Family: Oriental Spicy
Top Notes: Cardamom, Violet, Papyrus, and, Pepper Middle Notes: Tuberose, Amber, Iris, and, Vetiver Base Notes: Sandalwood, Musk, Patchouli, and, Cedar