- Orange Blossom - A white flower that heralds warm days, orange blossom grows on the bitter orange tree. Known since Antiquity, it is a symbol of purity and beauty.
- Damask Rose - A divine symbol, the ‘Queen of Flowers’ is originally from Turkey. It is appreciated for its beauty and the subtlety of its fragrance.
- Cedar - A conifer of the Pinaceae family native to North Africa, cedar is an aromatic, durable and light wood.
- Sandalwood - This ancient wood comes from a parasitic evergreen tree. Native to the Mysore region of India, its fragrant and medicinal properties have been known for 4,000 years.
- Cypress - is a fresh scent of an evergreen tree from the Cupressaceae family. Its name is derived from the Greek mythology in which Cyparisse, Telephus’ son, was turned into a cypress by Apollo.
- Tomato - A fleshy berry from the Solanaceae family of plants, the tomato takes its name from the deformation of the Inca word ‘tomalt’.
- Spearmint - Its origin is uncertain, but it is probably the result of an ancient cross between two species of mint. Spearmint is a perennial plant known for its heady and subtle scent.
Lemon - Cultivated for 3,000 years, this citrus fruit originally from Kashmir belongs to the Rutaceae family. It appeared in Europe during the Muslim conquests in the Middle Ages before the Portuguese and Spanish introduced it to America.
- Absinthe - A plant with stimulative power and an intense vegetal aroma, absinthe, previously known as 'the green fairy,' was reputed to provide creative powers.