Near Chandod, on the banks of the river Nerboudda, you walk towards a sacred grove that houses a small Hindu temple. You set up your easel, get out your drawing tools, and start sketching. Suddenly, the powdery notes of a perfume hit you. Sandalwood, patchouli, oak moss and musk, and then, like a gift, coriander, petitgrain and orange blossom. Is it the spirit of the place that is speaking to you?
Inspiration: Sacred grove, Chandod, India
Sandalwood Sacré is a warm, woody scent that lasts around 6-8 hours on me and has a very beautiful lingering fragrance. It's enticing and unique and I just love how it smells. I always get compliments when I wear it.
Smells like the inside of an old, hand-carved wooden box that used to contain incense sticks. Dark, woody, softly balsamic and mysterious, but still very elegant and polite.