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Its creator is said to have been inspired by visits to the Arctic Circle and the smell of water at midnight.
View All Aldehydes Amaranthus Caudatus goes by common names such as love-lies-bleeding, velvet flower, pendant amaranth, tassel flower, foxtail amaranth, and quilete.
Extracted through both bark and leaves, its essential oil lends a warm, woody note with a spicy-sweet complexity.
View All Cinnamon Though not as common as the lemon, lime or orange, the citron fruit charms all who encounter it with its zesty, refreshing, lemony scent.
It has been used for centuries to cure a variety of ailments.
View All Cedar A species originally found in the mountains of North Africa, Lebanon and Cyprus and the Himalayas, sacred cedarwood was once used for making temples.
View All Ambrette Seed The Amla tree grows most often in the Himalayas.
Also known as Amalaki (meaning the "sustainer"), this key extract is packed with amino acids, proteins, vitamin C, and minerals.
View All Bourbon Vanilla Commonly used in Indian cooking and Scandinavian baking, cardamom acts as a flavorful preservative.
Ground from green seedpods, it has a distinct taste with an aromatic, resinous fragrance.