Olfactory twists played in contrast with one another recall the intricate and luxuriant vegetation of the forests of Guatemala. Tikal, the fragrance dedicated to the Maya civilization, is named after an incredibly spectacular archaeological and naturalistic site, a place where enigmas and mysteries stand out, sculpted, on the steps of temples and majestic monuments.
The opening is aromatic and sparkling, with notes of Coriander, Sage and Bergamot. A spicy note of Nutmeg gratifies the senses and accentuates the gourmand component of the Tonka Bean. Woods of indigenous trees with thousand-year- old trunks evoke ancient uses and knowledge, such as Cedarwood, a symbol of longevity, and Guaiaco Wood used by warriors to build bows.
Tikal is an atavistic fragrance with a visceral appeal. From resins secreted by trees and substances formerly associated with colours, sounds and stones, the Four Codes transcribed on bark wood evoke a myriad of suggestions that remain shrouded in mystery.
Bergamot of Calabria, Lemon of Sicily, Sage of Dalmazia, Russian Coriander
Geranium of Egypt, Tonka Bean, Indonesian Nutmeg, Amber Seeds, Lentisco