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Scent family: floral-oriental
Floral aromas are particularly distinguished by their natural scent and are some of the most popular feminine scents. The oriental scent is probably the oldest and most fascinating one. It carries us back to the enchanting world of “One Thousand and One Nights”. Oriental scents are intensive, memorable and convincing.
Headnote: Romantic, elegant Florentine iris by the side of the enrapturing violet blossom in a bed of cotton candy. It is all heated by the bright sun and Sicilian bergamots.
Heartnote: Fine benzoin (Siam resin) rounded off with white peach blossom, with sweet Jasminum sambac and joyfully dancing patchouli.
Basenote: Sensual musk harmony, surrounded by velvety sandalwood, kissed by a drop of coffee and rounded off with elegant and femininely sensual tuberose.
The scent family: Amber – woody
Amber is slightly woody and dry, but also balsamic-sweet; in olfactory terms it is a brother of tobacco. Its scent is earthy and warm. It lends this scent its velvetiness. This corresponds to the oriental woody note that stimulates creativity and the imagination.
Headnote: Fresh, sunny Italian lemon, with dried apricots. Rounded off with sumptuous Davana.
Heartnote: Noble cedarwood combined with aromatic wisteria. With a touch of masculine rose added, surrounded by honey-like labdanum.
Basenote: Strong amber harmony together with natural ambergris like a flowing drop of chocolate. Bedded on strong moss, sur- rounded by suede and, as a highlight, refined with slightlyanimalistic agarwood (oud).