A CALL TO LIBERTY Despite being the largest sand desert in the world, the Kalahari boasts a truly luxurious flora thanks to the omiramba, the ancient riverbeds that still provide a source of precious water. As the sun goes down in the evening, ceding its place to a star-studded canopy, the Bushmen’s legend says that one can hear the stars calling. This perfume is inspired by the monumental baobab, an ancestral symbol which carries all the history of Africa in its thousand-year-old trunk. Its woody notes are almost palpable as one trace one’s fingers across the ribbed texture of the bark. Thanks to the meticulous assemblage of sandalwood, cedar and a touch of patchouli with a dusting of green pepper, this fragrance is a bewitching invitation to sample the fascination of the arid sands of the Kalahari.
Alcohol denat. ; Aqua (Water) ; Ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate ; Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane ; Ethylhexyl salicylate ; Limonene ; BHT ; Pentaerythrityl tetra-di-t-butyl hydroxyhydrocinnamate ; Linalool ; Citral ; CI 14700 ; Tocopherol ; CI 19140 ; Citric Acid ; CI 42090
"This perfume sprung like a cry of vertical and very simple structure, it is composed of bursting notes, green pepper precedes a blend of sandalwood and cedar to which I have mixed a note of patchouli which raises the emblematic scents of baobab."