In One Thousand and One Nights, there is this wonderful expression for addressing a loved one: to say “soul of my soul,” signifying the emptiness of living without one's love.
We have here a perfume that speaks of the fire-god of Persia and the gods of India, the worship of offerings, Mesopotamia, milk and clarified butter to honor the gods. And to remember, by a wake in the air, the foaming whiteness of the soul that comes from everything. Here, perfume is soul, soul is perfume. A creamy explosion, where musk intermingles with iris butter and transmits the powerful balm of vanilla, followed by the friction of Tonka against benzoin.
Top notes: Bergamot Italy Orpur, Incense Essence Somalia Orpur, Pink peppercorn CO2 Orpur
Heart notes: Iris butter Orpur, Rose Absolute Orpur, Suede Accord
Base notes: Sandalwood Essence Australia Orpur, Georgy wood Accord, Vanilla Absolute Madagascar Orpur
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