Jul Et Mad NIN SHAR Extrait de Parfum
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

Jul Et Mad NIN SHAR Extrait de Parfum

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Jul Et Mad NIN SHAR Extrait de Parfum

Frgrance Notes:

  • Top Notes: Bergamot, Rose Liquor, Davana Essence
  • Heart Notes: Turkish Rose Absolute, Egyptian Jasmine, Patchouli Fraction
  • Base Notes: Oud, Benzoin, Bourbon Vanilla, Virginia Cedar, Sandal, Incense Absolute

Frgarnce family

  • Rose ,Oud

Description

Roused by Babylon and its radiant Suspended Gardens, this arrangement bears the name of the Sumerian Goddess of Plants. In Sumerian mythology, Nin-Shar is the “The lady of the gardens”. She is the daughter of Ninhursag, Goddess of Fertility, and Enki, God of the Waters. However, the scent is an olfactory representation of the contrasting Babylonian lands – in spite of its level of civilization and culture for the time, the powerful society was almost always built by severe conquests, expansions, tears and blood and led by powerful warriors.

The purest and best quality absolute of Turkish rose is employed here, revealing a rich, deep and powerful multi-faceted fragrance where soft, comforting, floral, powdery facets, intertwine with strong, green, balsamic, woody, earthy notes, a pure representation of the entire plant, from the soft petals all the way to the roots.

Jul Et Mad NIN SHAR Extrait de Parfum

Frgrance Notes:

  • Top Notes: Bergamot, Rose Liquor, Davana Essence
  • Heart Notes: Turkish Rose Absolute, Egyptian Jasmine, Patchouli Fraction
  • Base Notes: Oud, Benzoin, Bourbon Vanilla, Virginia Cedar, Sandal, Incense Absolute

Frgarnce family

  • Rose ,Oud

Description

Roused by Babylon and its radiant Suspended Gardens, this arrangement bears the name of the Sumerian Goddess of Plants. In Sumerian mythology, Nin-Shar is the “The lady of the gardens”. She is the daughter of Ninhursag, Goddess of Fertility, and Enki, God of the Waters. However, the scent is an olfactory representation of the contrasting Babylonian lands – in spite of its level of civilization and culture for the time, the powerful society was almost always built by severe conquests, expansions, tears and blood and led by powerful warriors.

The purest and best quality absolute of Turkish rose is employed here, revealing a rich, deep and powerful multi-faceted fragrance where soft, comforting, floral, powdery facets, intertwine with strong, green, balsamic, woody, earthy notes, a pure representation of the entire plant, from the soft petals all the way to the roots.