Ingredient Story

Amber God [ Perfumer: Frank Voelkl ]

Photo of Incense


Incense has long been used for religious and spiritual rituals since the dawn of civilization. It’s history and cultural reach is so vast that its origins cannot be traced. It is a preparation of aromatic materials intended to release fragrant smoke when burned. It’s intense aroma is rich, warm, spicy, smoky, and luxurious and imparts a feeling of serenity and indulgence.

Photo of Labdanum


Labdanum is a resinous material obtained from the Mediterranean species of rockrose and traces back to ancient times. When inhaled, it is said to increase one’s senses and elevate emotions. Labdanum’s scent is warm, rich and sensual and one of the most classically used notes in amber-style fragrances.

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The history of Coriander dates back many centuries with no traceable origin. Coriander Seeds have been found in the tombs of the Ancient Egyptians, used as a medicinal spice amongst the ancient Greeks and an aphrodisiac during the Renaissance period. The seeds offer a warm, citrus, spicy aroma.