Cappadocia is a unique territory shaped by the action of volcanoes and the elements of nature.
Located in the heart of Turkey, with its ochre, beige and pink hued rocks lends itself well to inspire the birth of a fragrance.
It is in its cavities, shapes and walls that a fragrance with accents of saffron, sandalwood, vanilla could be revealed.
The one created by Gael Montoro is an amber and spicy fragrance where saffron is the keystone of the composition, enhanced by the softness of flower petals and the creaminess of woods and resins.
The intense scent typical of saffron is spicy, aromatic, woody and phenolic.
Its flowers, begin to grow in mid-October and are harvested in groups, usually composed of women who place them in their aprons and carry them home in baskets.
This laborious work, which requires some skill, takes place from dawn to dusk and lasts 20 to 25 days.
Top Notes: Saffron,
Heart Notes: Sandalwood oil
Base Notes: Myrrh resin