New to the collection, Ourika proposes a sensual escape, a daring foray into the spicy facet of the iris. Cultivated in fertile valleys and gardens since ancient times, the iris played an essential role in Egyptian mythology. Highly symbolic, the iris is associated with Horus, the falcon god who unites heaven with earth. At the base of the High Atlas Mountains is the Ourika Valley, where the iris blooms - a flower that thrives in the sun and the purity of rural life.
You will like it if ... you need a refreshing, young and natural scent.
La Belle Matière Ourika combines a floral head accord composed of gardenia, rose and magnolia, with the spicy notes of benzoin and pink peppercorns to highlight the sensual and powdery nature of the iris.
Notas de cabeza: Ylang-Ylang
Notas de corazon: Absoluto de Jazmín Sambac
Notas de fondo: Benjuí
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