Sensual Chameli is a juicy Jasmine Attar distilled from royal Jasmine flowers distinguished as grandiflorum. This grand flowering vine’s efflorescence white flowers emit such a radiant fragrance that the aroma can be detected from a distance. The creation of this precious attar is a labour of love, and the yield is a tiny treasure of pure, concentrated oil. The gifts of grandiflorum are carefully co-distilled with cured heartwood from the Sandalwood tree for a strikingly sensual aroma. Sandalwood contributes a creamy, warm milieu to support the juice of Jasmine’s delicate depths. The opulence of this attar becomes even more elegant as time mellows.
The raindrop whispered to the jasmine, “Keep me in your heart forever.”
Botanical Name: Jasminum grandiflorum + Santalum album
Botanical Family: Oleaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Jasmine Grandiflorum flowers and Sandalwood heartwood
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Jasminum grandiflorum co-distilled with Santalum album
Consistency: Medium viscosity.
Scent Description: A radiant, floral with a sweet hint of buoyant-berry ensconced in creamy sandalwood dream. More fruity and feminine than Motia.
Blends well with: Lovely and complete as an attar and can be added to Jasmine, Rose, Ylang, Sandalwood, Cedar, Carnation, Neroli, Grapefruit, Vanilla, Patchouli, and Lemon.
Uses: This attar is an instant perfume for any pulse point. Diffuse. Add a few drops to baths. Eases feelings and envelopes cozy comforts. Sensual love potion. Heavenly in hair. Deliciously decadent to dab a drop under each armpit as a deodorant. A lovely libido booster. This beautifully complete attar is perfect on its own, or as the base-note beginning to an epic accord. To simply scent hair, down there, or dab a drop for deodorant. Anoint soles of feet and take in the sweet, sensuality of it all. Bathe in this beauty to ease swirling thoughts and tensions.
“The empress of the perfumer’s palette, jasmine must be harvested before the rising sun to retain the full force of its delicate fragrance. Fragile and fleeting, jasmine is a fair nymph of a flower with a potent perfume. A world without jasmine? Simply unimaginable.”
~Jan Moran, Scent of Triumph
“She shifted the bottle and removed the glass stopper. The scent wafting from the bottle was light, but heady. She noticed first the rich notes of clove and honey before her senses were claimed by the smooth, velvety scent of jasmine. Lily closed her eyes, allowing the aromatic infusion to settle into her awareness. There was another element hidden deep within the perfume. A layer of earthiness that warmed her blood. Sandalwood.
Lily was enthralled. It was a complex and lovely scent. Floral and exotic, light and dark. Impossibly sensual. And it made him think of her.”
~Amy Sandas, The Earl