A bewildering fragrance inspired by the Kingdom of Bhutan by the odors of stones and incense from the temples, leather, spicy chai tea, and opulent nature.
This enveloping fragrance speaks to both women and men and tells a unique story on each skin: that of Dzongkha, the language of Bhutan.
About L'Artisan Parfumeur:
In 1976, perfumer-chemist Jean Laporte founded L'Artisan Parfumeur in Paris. Through the years, a rare combination of classicism and avant-garde fragrance creation have made L'Artisan Parfumeur globally renowned. The benchmark for L'Artisan Parfumeur's creativity came in 1978 with the launch of Mūre et Musc. Today, L'Artisan Parfumeur enjoys a loyal legion of fans thanks to its evolving line of intriguing scents.