An intense and mysterious leather woody fragrance
A scorching and mysterious olfactory journey. An intense and sensual interpretation of Fahrenheit, thanks to a selection of rare ingredients that release their fragrance when in contact with heat: Essence of Ethiopian Myrrh, Somalian Incense and Oud Wood from Laos.
ESSENCE OF ETHIOPIAN MYRRH
The history of Ethiopian myrrh is as old as that of incense, dating back over 3,700 years. Naturally seeping from the myrrh tree, this resinous gum is then distilled into a thick, orange-tinged essential oil. Similar to opoponax, it is often used in oriental fragrances, adding a sweet, slightly woody and balsamic note.
Incense grows wild around the Red Sea. This fragrant resin comes from a tree from the Burseraceae family. The best incense is produced in the autumn. Incense has long been a sacred substance that was considered as precious as gold in ancient times. Its splendor is revealed as a heart note in Fahrenheit Absolute.
OUD WOOD FROM LAOS
One of the rarest elements used in perfumes. It mainly comes from a tree that grows in Southeast Asia in the form of a pure black resin. When burnt, it gives off very subtle, woody, warm and musky accents.