Autumn in Switzerland offers a palette of fragrances. The refreshing scent from the forest evokes the bark and the green aromas of basil and rosemary.Warm notes of chilli pepper, nutmeg and tangerine can be grasped. A blend of jasmine, musk, basil, cypress and rosemary can also be felt.
In the ancient times, using some rather unusual techniques, the Greeks as well as the Romans were the first civilisations to perfume their interior. In mansions, doves with perfumed wings would fly freely across rooms, leaving behind them a trail of delicate perfume.
In imperial palaces, herbs and spices would burn throughout the day, and a fine smell would drizzle from the marble ceilings.
There are no doubts that emperors would have loved the simplicity and the refinement of these room sprays, which impregnates homes with discrete and elegant fragrances.