Symbol of elegance, Jasmine speaks delicately refined in this composition. Meeting between disturbing the warmth of the exotic Jasmine and Ylang, revealing a vibrant floral heart subtly given to fresh and fruity notes. In mind, the haunting sweetness of jasmine is even sweeter note of ylang. In heart, a bouquet of floral notes at once sweet and spicy (carnation, peony). In substance, the fruity freshness and sweet fruits of the orchard (peach, apricot)
The new Lampe Berger Home Fragrance, Precious Rosewood, evokes a lovely patina, an ultra-precious finish on this solid wood, carved deep within its bark, with a radiant olfactory result. The tangy top notes of grapefruit and exotic fruits are softened by lime. At the heart, its bouquet of light flowers is emphasised by spicy notes and tea leaves. The rich base reveals the warmth of patchouli and the sweetness of vanilla. A truly precious fragrance.
Rosewood is a tree that grows in the Tropics, in India and Brazil. The wood is very dense and very hard, and the bark's colours range from pink to reddish brown. Its olfactory qualities make it very popular in perfume-making because the scent is exotic, dense and discreetly sensual, with a velvety facet.
Precious Rosewood will give your interior an intense, sensual and exotic olfactory personality. Combine it with a Neutral to adjust the intensity at your will.
The fragrance: A woody and exotic Home Fragrance. Top notes: Exotic fruits, grapefruit, lime. Heart notes: Rose, lily of the valley, tea leaves, spices. Bottom notes: Patchouli, rosewood, vanilla
Santal Envoutant was inspired by the Orient. This new Home Fragrance is shrouded in mystery and plays with the contrast of a spicy blackcurrant top note combined with the tangy sweetness of mandarin and a creamy and velvety heart, so typical of sandalwood.
The luminous femininity of lily of the valley and rose is enhanced by a warm and honeyed base combining coumarin and precious Mysore sandalwood. Perfume secret: Sandalwood is a tree which grows to around ten metres tall in India and Indonesia. The region of Mysore, once a princely state, produces the best and the most expensive type.
Sandalwood exhales the soul of Indonesian and Asian civilisations and still today is used in religious ceremonies because its smoke raises the soul to the sky and encourages meditation. It is said that 3 tonnes of sandalwood was used for the cremation of Gandhi. This languorous wood adds roundness and tenacity to fragrances.
Expert tip: A fragrance of mystery will float in your home. Santal Envoûtant will bring warmth and a subtle fragrance to your home. Before using Santal Envoûtant, it is important to clean the wick and burner with Essential Neutral. The fragrance: A honeyed and warm Home Fragrance.
Top notes: Mandarin, blackcurrant. Heart notes: Sandalwood, lily of the valley, rose. Bottom notes: Mysore sandalwood, musk, honey, coumarin. Composition: Perfumes, aqua, isopropyl alcohol.