Jasmine was first introduced by the Duke of Tuscany from India in 1690. Originally from Arabia, its fresh or dried flowers further nurtured the myths, legends and everyday rituals of Indian culture. Sometimes sambac jasmine scents loose leaf tea; at other times, it is braided into floral necklaces. Spiritually revered, the jasmine flower becomes an offering in Hindu temples.
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Notas de cabeza: Ylang-Ylang
Notas de corazon: Absoluto de Jazmín Sambac
Notas de fondo: Benjuí
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