Dûsara is a dizzying mirage in the desert where history and olfactory traditions meet in front of an imposing rock massif. Countless suggestions enrich this warm and spicy fragrance, dedicated to the patron god of Petra, the ancient city in Jordan carved into the rock by the Nabataeans.
Mythical trees, protected by terrible winged monsters, accompany the aromas derived from precious resins: these ancient nomadic people, originally from the Arabian peninsula, carried them along the Incense Route.
Unexpected notes of cypress and bergamot point to an oasis of coolness in the opening.
Saffron, Somali incense and ancient woods reinforce the desert component.
Between Ceylon cinnamon leaves and hints of cinnamon, very precious heart notes of Iranian Oud, "the wood of the gods", emerge.
The blend blends sweet and honeyed notes of Amber, the resin that, according to an Arabic proverb, delights the heart.
Because of its warm burning walls, because of the knowledge passed on by the singers, because of the refined aromas coming from the Kingdom of Saba, Petra inspires a perfume with a seductive impact and deeply mystical resonances.
Bergamot of Calabria, Cypress of France, Incense, Virginian Cedawood, Galbanum
Italian Saffron, Cypriol, Oud, Cinnamon
Amber, Ancient Wood, Musk