The perfume of old stonewalls, in the shade of cloisters and convents, this scent of fresh and mossy stone tells us about the black and white silhouettes of sisters moving in the silence of ritual mass. Under the light of votives and psalmody, Carmélite refers to the peace of souls and eternity.
top note : orange, mugwort / middle : rose, geranium, spices, iris /base : patchouli, sandalwood, cedar
After the rain, mist rises from the plains in an earthy haze. Wet ferns, young plants and meadows... Under the...
In a hotel of Havana, sizzling under the stubborn sun of the Revolution, fierce overtones of leather and tobacco meddle...
Happy as a lark, this delicious scent of fresh cupboard and of swilled down tile floors, recall the washing days...