Marrakesh in the early eveningMore information
When L’Air du Désert Marocain was created, Andy Tauer had a picture in mind, a hotel bed in Marrakesh, in the early evening, the sun gone. The moon would rise soon and he imagined himself being in his room, lying on the bed, exhausted from the heat of the day, with the window open, letting the cool air in.
A soft and dry wind coming in, carrying the scents from the near desert, and the spices of the busy streets below. Lying on the bed, dreaming of a moon rising over the sandy hills of the Saharan desert, he dreamt the fragrance of a Moroccan night.
Top Notes: Coriander, Cumin, Petitgrain
Heart Notes: Rock Rose, Jasmine
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Vetiver, Ambergris