The Bengal tiger uses its claws to bark strip trees and urinates on the pile of wood chips as a monument of territory. The scent of this tribute transmits highly complex messages to other tigers about its sex, size and social status. This spicy leather fragrance opens with a dry-aromatic "coke" accord, gradually turning into a liquorice accord, with the heart of myrrh and labdanum absolute leading to a soft erogenous balsamic dry down.
The perfume family: oriental, spicy
Top notes: juniper, cardamom
Heart notes: myrrh, cistus labdanum
Base notes: castoreum, tobacco, patchouli