• Agarwood

    Agarwood

    AQUILARIA MALACCENSIS
    Also called “Gaharu”, “Aloeswood”, and “Oud”, Agarwood produces incense worth more than its value weight in gold.
  • Amber

    Amber

    GLAESUM
    Considered a gem, amber is the lightest of them all and is believed to possess medicinal, even magical virtues.
  • Basil

    Basil

    OCIMUM BASILICUM
    Basil is a plant of the Lamiaceae known for its culinary properties as a seasoning. Endemic to Asia, basil was a common ingredient of Indian medicine, and a common offering to the god Krishna.
  • Cedar

    Cedar

    CEDRUS ATLANTICA
    A tree of the Pinaceae family, the cedar first grew in the atlases of North Africa. Light and sturdy, cedar wood is a favourite of carpenters and cabinet-makers.
  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM
    Cinnamon bark has been known for more than 4500 years. It was used as a spice, but also for medicinal purposes.
  • Damask rose

    Damask rose

    ROSA DAMASCENA
    Discovered in Turkey, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for its elegance and the finesse of its scent. During the rosebush’s intense blooming season, its display an exquisite corolla of petals...
  • Ebony

    Ebony

    EBENUS
    Ebony is the name given to the dark brown, sometimes black, tissue called “duramen” found under the bark of Ebenaceae trees.
  • Fig tree

    Fig tree

    FICUS CARICA
    The fig tree, of the Moraceae family, grows on the Mediterranean basin where it has been cultivated for thousands of years.
  • Firebrand

    Firebrand

    TITIO
    The fumes of smoked grass and cinder comfort the soul, and put this ancestral scent in the “Leather” family of fragrances. In the language of dreams, firewood denotes good fortune.
  • Ginger

    Ginger

    ZINGIBER
    Perennial plant native to Asia, with red dotted white flowers. The word ginger comes from the Sanskrit "singabera" which means "horn-shaped".
  • Jasmine

    Jasmine

    JASMINUM OFFICINALE
    From the Persian yâsamîn, this musky-scented flower from India grows on a bush of the Oleaceae family. White jasmine, or “officina” is the variety most commonly used in perfumery.
  • Lavender

    Lavender

    LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA
    Its essential oil, of the highest quality, purifies and heals. Lavender is a grand and generous flower.
  • Lily of the valley
    Invigorating and pure, the lily carries the scent of happy days.
  • Melon

    Melon

    CUCUMIS MELO
    The melon is the fruit of an herbaceous plant of the same name discovered in Africa. A member of the Cucurbitaceae family along with the cucumber and the pumpkin, its sweet flesh is watery and gently fragrant.
  • Nilgiri

    Nilgiri

    NILGIRI TEA
    This Indian tea cultivated in the Tamil Nadu, is dark and sturdy with brisk overtones. Its fruity aroma is enriched with spices : cloves, cardamom, ginger and cinnamon.
  • Orange Blossom

    Orange Blossom

    CITRUS DULCIS
    The orange flower grows on the citrus tree, or “Citrus Aurantium”, of the Rutaceae genus.
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary

    ROSMARINUS
    Sometimes known as the crown herb or grass of the troubadours, rosemary is a lovely wild and dense aromatic shrub that grows on the dry limestone hills of the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Sandalwood

    Sandalwood

    SANTALUM ALBUM
    It is present in Hindu and Buddhist rituals, the former often making the bindi dot out of its paste, the later turning it into incense. In Chinese medicine, sandalwood increases longevity, and builds confidence and determination.
  • Tea plant

    Tea plant

    CAMELLIA SINENSIS
    Harvested for its strongly aromatic leaves, black tea is known for its stimulating virtues. The leaves are oxidized and turned into ‘black tea’, a process invented by the British in the XIX century.
  • Thyme

    Thyme

    THYMUS
    Thyme belongs to the Lamiaceae family. This small perennial shrub with erect and branching stems is particularly fragrant.
  • Tiaré

    Tiaré

    GARDENIA TAHITENSIS
    Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty.
  • Tomato

    Tomato

    LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM
    The tomato, a berry of the Solanaceae family, is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Few people know that it was first grown in South America, and that its name comes from the Inca “tomalt”.
  • Tuberose

    Tuberose

    Polianthes tuberosa
    The tuberose is a herbaceous plant of the Agavaceae family. The scent of the flower is considered one of the most powerful vegetable.