In Tropical Asia, long and thin vetiver roots have always been used to make fans, carpets and other scented decorative objects. Their woody, smoky scent perfumes temples and houses.
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.
Vetiver and Rose Geranium duo: On Savile Row
The atmosphere of the tailoring houses on Savile Row in London's Mayfair district. In the workshops, measurements are taken, tweed and flannel rolls are unwound. Around the gentlemen swirls the scent of vetiver and geranium perfumes, sometimes woody and smoky, sometimes pink and lemony.