Half asleep, leaning with a cheek on the trunk of thousand year-old baobab I hear the young girls of the legend. Their cries pierce the wooden statue to relate their story. Imprisoned by love they are the veritable soul of the tree. I open the door to them and watch them fluttering in front of me, beaming with broad smiles. I awake from the caress of a leaf disturbed by the wind. I hear them still...
A CALL TO LIBERTY
Despite being the largest sand desert in the world, the Kalahari boats a truly luxurious flora thanks to the omiramba, the ancient river beds that still provide a source of precious water. As the sun goes down in the evening, ceding its place to a star-studded canopy, the Bushmen's legend says that one can hear the stars calling.
TOP NOTES: Green pepper, pink pepper, Somali incense essence
HEART NOTES: Virginia cedar wood, Scent treck Baobab, Iris
BASE NOTES: Indonesian patchouli oil, Sandalwood, Musks