Characteristic notes: yuzu, linden flowers, vetiver from Tahiti
natural and fresh
Mid summer. The shady linden park is pleasantly cool. Irrevocably bygone childhood, summer heat, sun, shady alleys, honey. I want to inhale and inhale a delicate aroma. It is impossible to return, to relive again is unrealistic, but miracles do happen. The fragrance reflected the images of those happy moments. I can’t believe it, is it really he who is calling, time and time again? Maybe this is a dream? Even so, linden in a dream is a harbinger of good events.
In Ancient Russia, linden was a tree of the goddess of love and beauty Lada. Girls led round dances around old lindens, and this had its secret meaning, which is not hard to guess.
In Europe, the linden was not only planted near the house as a talisman, but also hung its branches above the door, protecting the entrance from black forces.
The linden symbolizes friendship, so the conversations under its crown are so intimate. Druids used linden in spells for happiness and good fortune. So there is nothing surprising in the fact that magicians did not ignore this tree. Staffs made of linden, protecting from negative influence of others, and amulets of love.
Such a number of years lived speaks of natural resilience and great energy potential.
Indeed, the linden collects positive energy around itself, like a healer tree and an energy donor. It is not for nothing that they say that linden always breathes strength and health, therefore it treats malaise and loss of strength.
Such an interesting aroma, like the smell of linden flowers, could not be ignored, and it was decided to create a composition where linden, like a diamond in a decent frame from a bouquet of exquisite plants and spices, played in all shades of its rich aroma. Like in a dance swirling with top notes giving tonic freshness.
Following the notes warmed by the warmth of the heart, reflects the sun's rays. And when the dance is close to the finale, a deep and gentle accompaniment does not forget about what pleased.
It's nice to remember the good, to evoke memories, how to review photos of happy times. Let this happen more often!
Top notes: coriander, cypress, mandarin, yuzu, lemon verbena, sage, bergamot, tarragon, lemon, aroma of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
Heart notes: linden flowers, peach, nutmeg, reseda, Ceylon cinnamon, geranium bourbon, saffron, lily of the valley, blue lotus
Base notes: vetiver with Tahiti, musk, sandalwood, cedar