bergamot, nutmeg, black pepper
orris, suede, vetyver
cedar wood, incense, musk
Divine, an olfactive ABSOLUTE, impenetrable, musky centenary oak tree,
A wonder of destiny.
At the beginning: the scent of time. Her, him, the Tree of Knowledge, the insidious snake, the sultry DEITIES and GODS.
A vetiver fragrance, woody and spicy, courageous and sangenista:
An Anglo-Saxon and divine name for a divine olfaction. Often, we know, the Gods are invoked. Often. Not every day. The Greeks, wise and metaphysical, aware of divine existence, placed the gods on the Olympus Mountain where they could happily spend their immortal time playing chess, interfering in the lives of mortals, undermining the purity of a young girl or dragging into unbridled lust the future of a young shepherd.
At the end of the day the facts of the world didn’t changed so much! And to avoid to sacrifice an ox or a lamb to affect their divine benevolence it is preferable to play sharp. How? Owning their scent, showering us with the musky and oaky fragrance of GODS.