A rich and decisive, warm and amber blend pays homage to the royalty of the pharaohs' Egypt. Ankh Sun Amon is the fragrance dedicated to the legendary queen and bride of Tutankhamun, a young sovereign with a proud and resolute temperament.
The precious components of this fragrance come from ancient olfactory practices and secret recipes found on the walls of the pyramids. Cosmetic ointments and aromatic resins were used daily by the people of the Nile. Preserved in alabaster ampoules and burned in golden censers, they honoured gods and paid glory to kings.
The opening is a hymn to the sacredness of the lily, a divine flower. Mirra and Orange of Tangiers combine with Amber to evoke ancient ritual practices and love potions. Sweet and honeyed notes are enhanced in combination with saffron and give off intoxicating effects. Pepper and exotic woods recall the most sought-after aromas of the ancient Perfume Road.
From the Texts of the Pyramids and the Songs of Love of Ancient Egypt, a myriad of suggestions for a fragrance with an elusive, bewitching, mysterious character.
Dûsara is a dazzling mirage in the desert where history and olfactory traditions meet before an imposing rocky massif. Innumerable suggestions enrich this warm and spicy fragrance dedicated to the patron god of Petra, the ancient city in Jordan carved into rock by the Nabataeans.
Mythical trees protected by terrible winged monsters accompany the aromas emanating from precious resins: this ancient nomadic population originally from the Arabian peninsula carried them along the Incense Road.
Unexpected touches of Cypress and Bergamot allude to an oasis of coolness in the opening. Saffron, Somalian inscense and ancient woods enhance the desert component. Among Ceylon Cinnamon leaves and hints of Cinnamon, very precious heart notes emerge of Iranian Oud, “The wood of the gods”. The mixture blends sweet and honeyed notes of Amber, the resin that brings delight to the heart according to an Arab saying.
For its warm burning walls, for the knowledge handed down by the singers, for the refined aromas that came from the Kingdom of Saba, Petra inspires a fragrance with a seductive impact and deeply mystical resonances.
Bergamot of Calabria di Calabria, Cypress of France, Incense, Virginian Cedawood, Galbanum
Italian Saffron, Cypriol, Oud, Cinnamon
Amber, Ancient Wood, Musk
The inebriating aromas of spice markets and the saturated colours of Hindu temples transport you to the dusty roads of ancient India. Īśvara, a Sanskrit term referring to “the Supreme Spirit of the Universe”, is a journey through suggestions and mysteries, Ayurvedic knowledge and love rituals of the fascinating civilisation of the Dravidians.
We owe the incomprehensible secrets handed down on the seals and constructions of Harappa and Mohenjo Daro, as well as a wealth of advanced knowledge transmitted in the Vedas, the sacred books, to the ancient people who prospered on the banks of the Indus River for a thousand years.
The aphrodisiac Saffron, traditionally diluted in milk, is combined with the balsamic Benzoin to open and complete a composition that recalls the ointments that have always been used in couple's rituals.
A warm and tactile sense of Cashmere envelops the senses. Sri Lankan nutmeg, Java Vetiver and Patchouli enhance the exotic component, rich in aromatic resins.
Īśvara is a provocative blend which inextricably bonds love and perfume, as recommended by the most ancient Indian tradition.
Italian Saffron, Nutmeg of Sri Lanka, Petitgrain Paraguay, Tangerine, Bergamot, Lime, Italian Lemon, Plum
Cashmere, Chinese Geranium, Egyptian Geranium
Sandalwood, Cypress of France, Benzoin, Tonka Bean, Vetiver of Java, Amber, Patchouli, Clary Sage
The luxuriant "horti" of the philosophers, the parietal paintings of the patrician villas and the sunny views of the Gulf of Naples echo in the olfactory mosaic of this fragrance dedicated to ancient Pompeii. Fresh and fruity aromas welcome you to the laboratory of the "Perfumer's House" and reveal the secrets of the deep aromatic knowledge acquired by the Romans.
Plants with relaxing effects and medicinal powers recall Pliny the Elder's tales of the beneficial effects of aromas and the hours of "otium" that the Roman nobles used to spend in the gardens to restore the body and mind.
Lively Geranium, sparkling Lemon and sought-after Italian Bergamot enhance the Mediterranean radiance of this composition. Rosemary, Coriander and Sage release medicinal virtues. The Sandalwood thrives with its warm aroma, over an intense Jasmine heart note.
Pompeii is a place where nature communes with the spirit among the silences of the gardens. It gives the spirit serenity and joy, the pleasure of dialogue, inner listening.
Bergamot of Calabria, Tangerine, Lemon of Sicilia, Tunisian Rosemary, Petitgrain Paraguay, Tangerine, Cinnamon of Ceylon, Mexican Lime
Jasmine of Egypt, Geranium of China, Cedarwood, Russian Coriander
Olfactory twists played in contrast with one another recall the intricate and luxuriant vegetation of the forests of Guatemala. Tikal, the fragrance dedicated to the Maya civilization, is named after an incredibly spectacular archaeological and naturalistic site, a place where enigmas and mysteries stand out, sculpted, on the steps of temples and majestic monuments.
The opening is aromatic and sparkling, with notes of Coriander, Sage and Bergamot. A spicy note of Nutmeg gratifies the senses and accentuates the gourmand component of the Tonka Bean. Woods of indigenous trees with thousand-year- old trunks evoke ancient uses and knowledge, such as Cedarwood, a symbol of longevity, and Guaiaco Wood used by warriors to build bows.
Tikal is an atavistic fragrance with a visceral appeal. From resins secreted by trees and substances formerly associated with colours, sounds and stones, the Four Codes transcribed on bark wood evoke a myriad of suggestions that remain shrouded in mystery.
Bergamot of Calabria, Lemon of Sicily, Sage of Dalmazia, Russian Coriander
Geranium of Egypt, Tonka Bean, Indonesian Nutmeg, Amber Seeds, Lentisco