A noble and intense scent used to make traditional Japanese incense.
A slightly fruity scent. The province of Yunnan in China is well known for the quality of its teas.
A slightly acidulated scent, combining the fragrance of the leaf, the sap and the fruit of the fig-tree.
A suave and elating scent. The tuberose is a flower originating from Central America.
A sweet scent. The tiare flower is the emblem of the Polynesian people.
Balsamic note with gourmet hints of almond and vanilla, Tonka bean blends the intensity of cedar and creamy sweetness of sandalwood.
A full voluptuous floral scent with the aura of the Orient.
A floral scent typical from the queen of all flowers refreshed with a delicious fruity note.
A woody aroma scent with a subtle hint of humus and underwood, derived from the precious leaves grown in Sumatra.
Citrus orchard fragrances, both floral and tangy, bergamot is an elegant and delicious Calabrian treasure.
A warm indulgent fragrance reminiscent of the Cuban tobacco plantations with a subtle blend of vegetable and animal scent.
A floral citrussy scent, the verbena originated in the Andean.
A typical ambergris scent.
The Japanese cherry. Rich of infinite shades of pink, a poetic floral note softly powdered, fruity and slightly tangy.
An herbaceous, slightly spicy scent, the rooibos is endemic to the Cederberg mountains in South Africa.
A very original woody scent, both camphorated and slightly fruity, from a conifer that grows in Canada.
A spicy warm scent with an intense floral background, the clove-tree is reminiscent of the most legendary trading post, Zanzibar.
||10% - 12%
||Mineral and vegetable