Musk is the name comes from the Sanskrit, the classical language of the Brahmins and means as much as the love secretion of antelope (also Muska = testicles). This goes back to a story from the Indian mythology. Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon, was a passionate Parfumverwenderin. Especially musk fragrances used them generously in order to seduce her husband and to secure his surrender. She was part of a group of young nobles who had the name "Les Muscadins", which meant as much as the musk lover.
The phrase has its origins in a musky scent from the year 1928. At that time, the creation of bergamot, iris absolute, vanilla absolute, rose absolute, musk and civet hergestellt.Um give the fragrance vigor and to make it even more opulent, the original composition was enriched with generous musk molecules.
Top Notes: Bergamot Heart Notes: Jamin, rose absolute, carnation Base notes: Amber, Musk, Orris Absolute, Vanilla Absolute, coumarin