Summer has come at last, the weather is hot and radiant in the city and freshness becomes a must for our sun-kissed skin! We are ready to hit the cafes’ terrasse or the beach, wearing a fragrance that will light up our day!
In Guatemala, Central-America, the Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) harvesting season has just ended. The dried seeds are on their way to the distilleries to offer us the most natural essential oil. Beloved by perfumers, this authentic essence is one of the top notes of Lumière Blanche, a silky perfume that will spice up your life!
Céline Verleure - Founder / Creator of Olfactive Studio
UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2021
RECEIVE A 15% DISCOUNT ON YOUR ORDER FOR THE PURCHASE OF A 100ml or 50ml Lumière Blanche.
How to benefit from this limited offer: Add your 50ml or 100ml Lumière Blanche to your cart, and the 15% discount will be automatically deducted from your order.
CARDAMOM, THE QUEEN OF SPICES!
The fresh and delicate Cardamom essence is the leading raw material in the enveloping perfume Lumière Blanche!
Lumière Blanche begins with a spicy explosion of Cardamom, Star anise, and Cinnamon which awakes our senses, leads us to an elegant heart of Iris, Almond milk and Tonka bean, and pampers us with a warm sillage of Sandalwood and Cedarwood combined to comforting Musks.
Olfactive Studio’s fragrance gives us a hot & cold sensation from head to toe, while enfolding us in a spicy and milky haze reminiscent of the soothing chai tea.
Soft and subtle at once, Lumière blanche composed by perfumer Sidonie Lancesseur is a fragrance for women and men that will enlighten your nose.
GUATEMALA’S GREEN GOLD
Known by many of us as a spice in the Indo Asian kitchen, cardamom isn’t only incredible on the tongue!
If you’re not a spicy dish person, you’ve probably heard of the trendy chai latte, a hot drink made of tea, spices and milk! Well...cardamom happens to be one of the main spices in this delicious and much appreciated drink.
This green seed is a real scented treasure hidden in its own shell, but it is no secret to mankind, who has been using it since ancient times.
Legend tells that Semiramis, the queen of the ancient Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Irak nowadays), used to give her exhausted lovers cardamom wine.