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Olfactory pyramid: 


Top note: Bergamot, Lemon, Pear, Neroli

Heart note: White Lotus, Jasmine Grandiflorum, Ylang Ylang

Background note: Light Woods, Amber, Musks


  • Noun - 100 ml

    At the time of Ancient Egypt, this palindrome word was defined as being the primordial ocean, or better, the God Nun. According to legend, the lotus which was born in these waters shuts itself away in the evening, to blossom again in the sun. As it bloomed, the flower revealed Atum, the Sun God. Hence the “Sun God” of the Renaissance.

    This perfume born from Nun, opens onto the sun, letting its odorous molecules spread in the air. A beautiful tribute to this iconic and symbolic flower.

    To begin with, the perfume reveals its obvious citrus notes. The pear, which brings sweetness, will give way to a lotus which opens to the sun, which rises, which dominates, with jasmine and ylang ylang at its service. Wood, amber and musk complete this fragrant accord.

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