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Mopane (Colophospermum mopane)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mopane Also called butterfly tree due to the shape of it leaves, Mopane only occurs in Southern Africa where it is prized by elephants. Its wood is extremely strong and termite resistant and its oil bearing antifungal and antiseptic properties reminiscent of turpentine with surprising grass and sweet notes. NadiaZ supports a community based small distillation [...]

2017-06-03T07:32:02+01:00By |

Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polianthes_tuberosa A night-blooming plant related to Agave and native from Mexico, Tuberose is being cultivated in India, France and other countries in the world since the 16th century for its fragrant waxy white flowers. Its scent is unmistakably carnal, powdery and creamy. Originaire du Mexique et apparentée à l’Agave, la tubéreuse est une plante fleurissant [...]

2020-02-09T19:53:32+01:00By |


Nadia Zuodar and her father personally collect edible wild swiss mushrooms, some highly prized for their gustative properties and others which are largely ignored. She also procures them from continental Europe, among other places, to prepare exclusive extracts through her bespoke production techniques. Mushroom availability varies immensely between the seasons by and year, thus the [...]

2020-02-09T19:42:20+01:00By |

Coffee Beans and Flower (Coffee robusta/arabica)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffea_arabica https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robusta_coffee Reminiscent to Jasmine in shape and fragrance, coffee flower surprise by their floral yet spicy scent, with vanilla and roasted mokka undertones which makes a very rare absolute, seldom used in perfumery notably due to its high price. As a single ingredient, it is maybe one of the most complex flower as its [...]

2020-02-09T20:04:42+01:00By |

Aglaia (Aglaia odorata)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aglaia_odorata Often called Chinese Lemon Tree, Chinese Perfume Tree and Chinese Rice Flower, Aglaia is found in many parts of Asia and used in traditional Chinese medicine as a tonic, to reduce pain or to cure superficial infections. The tiny yellow flowers have such a powerful fruity, citrusy, floral, green scent that it can be [...]

2020-02-09T19:55:32+01:00By |