An osmanthus submerged in a cloud of tea.
Time stands still over lake Inlé in Burma. The women take up their silk embroidery and the men dance above the waters, in boats that resemble palaces. The fruit and vegetable market is coming to life in the refreshing mist. You can see the first light of the day, hear the first sound of celebrationa farewell to night or a welcome to the dawn.
The Inle fragrance, like a cornucopia of bergamot, artemisia, osmanthus, jasmine, absolute of Maté, spices, iris and cedar, pays its own tribute to a tradition of kindness.
To compose a fragrance and name it Inle is to celebrate an olfactory generosity that is unique to the Myanmar Lake. It is about capturing in a bottle a world of sensations on a par with the site. This is an eau de parfum that prolongs the dream of drifting on fragrant waters: cradle of local cultures, production of life necessities, the joys of community, the cobalt-colored lake is home to lush production bursting with scents.
A fragrance like an offering to the skin.
Bergamot, artemisia, mint essence, osmanthus, jasmine absolute, mate absolute, flour essence, musk.
3 KEY NOTES:
Osmanthus, mate absolute, and jasmine absolute.
75 mL/ 2.5 fl. oz.
About Memo Paris Fragrances:
Clara and John Molloy, the founders of Memo, met on a chair lift in 2005, between sky and earth, between two worlds, in that weightless space that brings out one's daring side and broadens horizons. It wasn't long before they decided to set off together on a long-distance journey. It would also be a creative journey. Memo, which they launched in 2007, was part of the adventure: a collection of scents from afar that now boasts fifteen fragrances, it takes a destination and makes it the point of departure for a sense-awakening epic.