Bergamot, Olibanum, Oudh, Jasmine, Patchouli, Cedarwood, Amber, Vanilla, Saffron, Vetiver, Musk
Heaven on Earth, may be related to a forgotten promise to always be working toward the solution. Really an opportunity to bring us the reminder that it’s ok to have our head in heaven providing we have our feet on the ground. A wonderful combination from a colour perspective to find peace in a conscious way and yet have the energy to do what needs to be done.
‘Per Fumum’ meaning ‘Through Fire’ we reach to the Gods. The bottle encapsulates all the ancient materials used to form the word ‘perfume’ or ‘per fumum’, Incense, Oudh, Myrrh, are just a few to mention. When burnt, the scented smoke would rise to the skies to please the Gods who in return would reward us with spirituality and peace of mind. Using such expensive materials in a commercial world of fragrance felt like bringing the true quality of ‘per fumum’ back to life, bringing heaven to earth and allowing earth to rise to heaven.