Bitter and toxic in its wild form, the almonds used in perfumery are sweet almonds, obtained following a rare and difficult mutation that occurred 3000 years ago. Lampe Berger chose to use this ingredient to create an incomparable olfactory signature. A unique fragrance obtained through a judicious blend of aniseed, green and almond notes, combined in its heart with a delicious floral bouquet, and sustained by its suave and oriental sandalwood bottom notes. An elegant, milky and smooth home fragrance. Find out more: Perfume secret: Almonds are the main agricultural product exported by California, they are cultivated through the pollination of almond fields which requires 1,500,000 bee hives, making this the largest bee transhumance in the world. The fragrance: A milky and smooth fragrance. Head notes: almond, green aniseed. Heart notes: vanilla, hawthorn and jasmine. Bottom notes: sandalwood, musk, amber.