Esteban Iris Cachemire Bamboo Incense
Esteban's Iris Cachemire is a sensual fragrance, as elegant and soft as cashmere, which embodies the luxury “à la française”. A symbol of France and the perfumers’ golden ingredient, the Iris flower once perfumed the household linens of the Parisian high society, with its delicate powdery floral notes.
Iris Cachemire is a marriage as unexpected as it is elegant, where the plant-based notes flirt with the majestic and subtly powdery iris. A fresh, green lead note where violet leaves stimulate the senses, accentuated by spicy mandarin zest. The heart note has all the nobility of iris highlighted by an unexpected and velvety hint of apricot. The heady base note is full of musk, with the added warmth of wood and tonka bean.
Exclusively imported and distributed by Saison.
Top notes: mandarin, violet leaves
Heart notes: iris absolute, rose petals, apricot
Base notes: cashmere wood, vegetal musk, tonka bean
‐ Natural components
‐ Approximate burn time of 45 minutes
‐ Each packet contains 20 sticks
‐ Hand made in France
‐ 30cm long
How to use
Place your incense stick on an incense holder and turn it on. After a few seconds, blow on the flame and let the incense burn to the end.
Contains trans-trans delta damascone, 2-tridecenal, may produce an allergic reaction.
Inspired by a love of perfume and the sensory memories from travel experiences, Parisian company, Esteban, have been creating extraordinary home fragrances for over 35 years, conjuring up memorable scents that evoke a combination of escapism and well-being. Esteban’s intriguing home fragrances include the best selling Teck & Tonka, a heady mix of spices, amber and tonka bean, or lighter scents like Iris Cachemire and White Orchid. Fragrance collections are available in scented candles, incense sticks, diffusers and room sprays. Saison is the exclusive Australian imported and distributor of Esteban.
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