In 1690, the Duke of Tuscany introduced jasmine, a flower that originated from Arabia, to India. Even today, whether fresh or dried, jasmine continues to play a vital role in India's mythology, folklore, and everyday customs. Sometimes, jasmine sambac is used to flavour loose-leaf tea, and at other times, it is woven into garlands for necklaces. Highly regarded for its spiritual significance, this fragrant flower is often presented as an offering at Hindu temples.
Head Notes: Ylang-Ylang.
Heart Notes: Sambac Jasmine absolute
Base Notes:Benzoin Resin
Made in France
Burning time:55 to 60 hours