Related to the Eau de Toilette Philosykos, it intensifies the tree's qualities: the warmth of the bark, the freshness of the leaves, and the milky sap of its fruit.
Choose one candle, then pair it with another to discover their unexpected olfactory alchemy, which seems to reinvent each scent as it creates a third.
Fig Tree and Opopanax duo: A perfume from Antiquity
The scents of Ancient Rome: filled with the balmy accents of opopanax burned in temples and houses, and the woody, fruity notes of the fig tree held sacred by Romans for its protective powers. Worshipped on the Forum, it symbolized the benevolence of the Roman gods.