Inspired by warm oriental starry nights in dreamy Marrakech this lush eau de parfum first opens up with a burst of floral sensua
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The use of the saffron goes back to the most distant Antiquity. Saffron was used as a spice by the Hebrew people, then as a dye and a cosmetic in Egyptian culture, and as incense, aphrodisiac, perfume, and medicine for the Romans. The saffron note is spicy, warm, powdery and very powerful with leathery-suede and hay accents.
The majestic cedar tree provides shade and shelter to ancient Japanese temples and palaces. The evergreen trees are a symbol of fortitude and immortality. The pure, aromatic essential oil of Cedar has a stimulating woody fragrance.