The Duke of Tuscany introduced jasmine to India around 1690. Originally from Arabia, its fresh or dried flowers have since fed Indian culture in its myths and daily attentions. Here, sambac jasmine perfumes tea or is tied up in garlands; there, near the temples, it becomes an offering.
TOP NOTES: Ylang-ylang.
MIDDLE NOTES: Sambac jasmine absolute.
BASE NOTES: Benzoin.
BURNING TIME: 55 to 65h.
Dimensions Small: H: 10,5 cm Ø: 9 cm.