vanilla & cherry blossom


Cherry blossom symbolizes the beginning of spring, of renewal. And that's exactly what this fragrance does: make you feel so fresh that you're as good as new! As the cherry on top, we've added vanilla for a soothing sensation. This way, it feels like spring all year long!

Sweet & calming

The sweet scent of vanilla is like a warm embrace that brings comfort and security. In addition to its enchanting aroma, vanilla is known for its calming properties, providing a sense of comfort and well-being.

Soft & Renewing

The dreamy scent of cherry blossom is like a gentle embrace of spring. The delicate floral fragrance is often associated with renewal and beauty, bringing a soft and illuminating atmosphere.

Floral Enchantment

The enchanting fragrance combination of vanilla and cherry blossom is like a poetic tribute to the first days of spring. Together, they form a dreamy duo that creates an atmosphere of joy and renewal.

Vanilla, derived from the orchid species Vanilla planifolia, has a rich history dating back to ancient Meso-American civilizations. Originally cultivated by the Totonac people in present-day Mexico, vanilla was discovered by the Aztecs, who used it to flavor their cacao drinks. With the arrival of Spanish conquistadors in the 15th century, vanilla was introduced to European courts, where it quickly became popular as an exotic and precious spice. For centuries, vanilla production was limited to Mexico due to the complex pollination carried out by native melipona bees. It wasn't until the 19th century that a method for manual pollination was developed, allowing vanilla to be cultivated in other parts of the world, with Madagascar now being the largest producer. Vanilla is not only cherished for its sweet and velvety aroma but also for its versatile applications in food, perfumery, and medicine.

Cherry blossoms, also known as sakura in Japan, have a rich cultural history. Originally from China, cherry blossoms were introduced to the Japanese aristocracy during the Nara period (710-794) as a symbol of luck and fertility. In Japanese culture, cherry blossoms, or sakura, symbolize transience and the beauty of life. The annual ritual of hanami, the admiration of blooming cherry blossoms, is an ancient tradition where people come together to celebrate the temporary splendor of the flowers. Cherry blossoms hold deep significance not only in Japan but also in other parts of Asia and the world. Their delicacy and fleeting bloom symbolize the cycle of life and appreciation for the present moment. Their aesthetics are often associated with poetry and romance, making cherry blossoms a timeless symbol of beauty and impermanence.

did you know…

... cherry blossoms bloom only for a few days each year? In Japan, there's even a 'Sakura Weather Forecast' so you can precisely know where to be to view the flowering trees.

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