Muga

A river, meadows and the sea
Aromatic
Leather
Woody
Notes cypress immortelle labdanum lavender rosemary thyme

Muga is dynamic and ever changeable, intense and nearly impertinent, like spring. You can hear the buzzing of bees and sense the silent sexuality of rosemary, immortelle, thyme and lavender.

This collection of olfactive landscapes are Bravanariz's personal interpretation of the three most characteristic landscapes of the Emporia where they are based: mountains, plains and the seacoast. In each case, they formulate the product using only the plants that give each place its characteristic fragrance, as well as the associations and emotions it awakens.

Muga is the name and the smell of a river running through meadows into the sea. This actual river crosses the Alt Empordà, connecting the Pyrenees with the Balearic sea through the Gulf of Roses. The river plays the role of matchmaker in this strange marriage between two opposing worlds. They say it used the exuberance of spring to bring them together, and the river’s fertile waters helped unleash their affair.

On Muga's effect:
Spring enlivens us. Rosemary and immortelle raise our spirits, and cypress is a powerful and well-known antidepressant (we ask ourselves why they are planted in cemeteries). To compensate for all that enthusiasm, chamomile and Spanish lavender add a dash of serenity, and the familiar elegance of lavender takes you by the hand and reassures you.

Very important: shake before use, since it has not been filtered in order to preserve all its natural properties and its complex aromatic richness

Some local plants used to formulate Muga:

Chamomile (Chamaemelun nobile), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Spanish lavender (Lavandula estoechas), Immortelle (Helichrysum stoechas), Cypress (Cupressus), various rockrose (Cistus monspeliensis and Cistus ladanifer).

Notes cypress immortelle labdanum lavender rosemary thyme

Muga is dynamic and ever changeable, intense and nearly impertinent, like spring. You can hear the buzzing of bees and sense the silent sexuality of rosemary, immortelle, thyme and lavender.

This collection of olfactive landscapes are Bravanariz's personal interpretation of the three most characteristic landscapes of the Emporia where they are based: mountains, plains and the seacoast. In each case, they formulate the product using only the plants that give each place its characteristic fragrance, as well as the associations and emotions it awakens.

Muga is the name and the smell of a river running through meadows into the sea. This actual river crosses the Alt Empordà, connecting the Pyrenees with the Balearic sea through the Gulf of Roses. The river plays the role of matchmaker in this strange marriage between two opposing worlds. They say it used the exuberance of spring to bring them together, and the river’s fertile waters helped unleash their affair.

On Muga's effect:
Spring enlivens us. Rosemary and immortelle raise our spirits, and cypress is a powerful and well-known antidepressant (we ask ourselves why they are planted in cemeteries). To compensate for all that enthusiasm, chamomile and Spanish lavender add a dash of serenity, and the familiar elegance of lavender takes you by the hand and reassures you.

Very important: shake before use, since it has not been filtered in order to preserve all its natural properties and its complex aromatic richness

Some local plants used to formulate Muga:

Chamomile (Chamaemelun nobile), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Spanish lavender (Lavandula estoechas), Immortelle (Helichrysum stoechas), Cypress (Cupressus), various rockrose (Cistus monspeliensis and Cistus ladanifer).

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