Here too, ylang-ylang starts the overture, but this "flower of flowers" is given a fresh accent by cardamom and orange blossom. Here too, the heart is full of rose, only less exuberant and lighter thanks to hibiscus. Soon the old leaves its mark. But here too, it is 'restrained' as it is accompanied by sandalwood and oakmoss which ensures that the oud stays more in the woods and develops into an oriental seduction pur sang. Final impression: a rich but not overpowering perfume.
Ylang Ylang, Bitter Orange
Bulgarian Rose, Hibiscus Flower
Oud Wood, Sandalwood