As part of 'Graines Vagabondes' collection, a vibrant and aromatic botanical collection, Tamarindo is the olfactive memory of the Pacific coastline town in Costa Rica, surrounded by tropical rainforests and macaws. With Pineapple, Jasmin and Vanilla, Tamarindo is a heady floral and fruity scent that takes the breath away.
Syncopated dance of drums, oil of Jasmine. Soft graze of Guanacaste leaves, as green as emeralds. Pineapple catches the light with each facet. It blossoms like a flower beneath the Cardamom sun, caressed by the frothy spray of Bergamot. Vanilla takes on a soft, red glow. Though I'm swept away by the Benzoin wind, though the breaking waves turn my heart Patchouli, I return to Tamarindo where the jungle is a show of art. Between the giant spiders and the happy lizards, inspiration takes on a heady scent.
Bergamot Oil, Cardamom, Pineapple, Jasmine Absolute, Benzoin, Patchouli, Vanilla Absolute
3 Key Notes:
Pineapple, Jasmine Absolute, Vanilla Absolute
2.5 oz./ 75 mL
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.