Papyrus, often known as an ancient scroll or form of paper is crafted from grass. The material is taken from the stems of the plants and cut into strips which are laid on top of one another and pressed to have the equivalent of a modern paper sheet that was used for writing on. This plant was abundantly found on the banks of the Nile and near marshes, its use goes back to the time of the ancient Egyptians.
This scent emanates the unrolling of old Papyrus. It’s as if you’ve taken a step back in time, walking into a library of aged books. Writing from hand to paper has always felt more intimate and personal than typing. It is more meaningful reading a handwritten note that genuinely feels more inviting and warm.
This scent composition is enriched with fresh plant accords for contrast and resembles the scent of an ancient time.
To explore the different facets of this perfume, when spraying onto a blotter or directly onto your skin, visual the elements of each note while smelling the perfume and discover what papyrus has written to you.
“You are the last note of the perfume,”