A fruited blending that includes the aromatics:
Neroli, Clove and Red Rose
10.5 oz, Height 4.25in, Diameter 3.25 in
Bag Height 9.5 in, Width 4.75 in, Depth 3.75 in
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Matins Geneva #6
The Hours Collection
Named for the hours prior to
dawn light, a fruited blending that includes the aromatics: Neroli, Clove
and Red Rose.
in Ancient Persia, on the Caspian Sea, a highly scented flower was named
simply for its deep crimson color, “Rodon,” which means red. From this
Greek word we obtain the name ROSE by which we know it today.
The renaissance Princess Anna Maria of Nerola would direct her servants to
launder her linens in waters fragrant with an aromatic most favored many
centuries before in Empiric Rome. Introduced to the world from China the
Bigarade Orange Tree was regaled not for its fruit, which was bitter, but
for the pale green sweet oil distilled from its delicate white blossoms,
it was named NEROLI.
the coast of East Africa, on the island of Zanzibar, the pretty pink
flower heads of the Gillyflower Tree are harvested for the delicious spice
they produce. Laid to dry, the sun shrinks and shrivels the buds to a dark
brown or black until they resemble carpenters nails for which the spice CLOVE is named. For
the Latin word for nail is “Clavus.”
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