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Steve Martin Mississippi River

Steve Martin Mississippi River

This bouquet takes off with the sunset mist, to portray the sophisticated harmony of nature's touch through a waft of rosemary, cedar wood and musk. It's a daring quest by an American eagle to reveal the true story of the place; an indescribable blend of past and present and inspirational sense of freedom, class and fervour.


They call it "The Chief", like a family tree, it embraces much of America yet its muddy colour simulates the tanned Native Americans around its banks. 


Native Americans' use of perfumes goes as far back as the 15th century. It was mainly for healing and to thank good spirits and Mother Nature. It started as a religious practice then later evolved to become part of the healing process where they followed wounded animals to find out which plants could be used to heal their wounds. At later stages, aromatic plants and perfumes became a complimentary accessory for women to establish enchanting surroundings. 


They used aromatic shrubs and flowers along with animal leather and animal fat and got the scent through fumigation. This is one of the typical interpretations of the word "Perfume", because it originates from the Latin term "per-fumus" which means trough the smoke.


Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Orange, Rosemary, Almond, Apple, Cinnamon

Heart Notes: Vetiver, Sage, Lavender Absolute, Cedarwood, Patchouli Heart

Base Notes: Musk, Vanilla Absolute, Tonka Bean

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