Hot and dry as shifting sands of the desertMore information
Taklamakan is named after one of the biggest desert in the world on the Silk Road.
The merchants from Europe would pass north or south of the desert, bringing back with them the most beautiful fabrics, jewels and spices from the Orient.
Like the shifting sands that compose it, Taklamakan is hot and dry.
The perfume is a journey where the Patchouli from India meets the smoky Vanilla, the Resins and the Incense on the ancient Spice Route.
It eventually falls in love with the Cedar from China in this deep and powerful fragrance.
Top Notes: Calabrian Bergamot, Osmanthus, Neroli
Heart Notes: Chinese Cedar, Indian Patchouli
Base Notes: Vanilla, Cistus, Benzoin, Musk