Shams Narcissus - Memo Paris
Shams means "sun" in Arabic. Legend has it that the Persian god Mithras mounted his gold-covered chariot at dawn and spurred his horses to pull the sun into the sky until dusk. But at nightfall, at the point
where it would disappear from the horizon, the Sun was swallowed up by a man, only to come back to life at dawn... The heat swells our hearts in a hand-to-hand combat of pepper, ginger and saffron. The obsessive music of Oud, with its main chords made of Tonka bean and narcissus, its wooden dreams and its promises of glorious love is the only guide in the Sun's house.
Pepper, Narcissus, Incense, Oud