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Top Notesfreesialemon blossomneroli
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QI - Ormonde Jayne - Bloom Perfumery
QI - Ormonde Jayne - Bloom Perfumery
QI - Ormonde Jayne - Bloom Perfumery

Qi is part of the Four Corners of the Earth collection and represents Cathay, the legendary land where people for millennia believed in the concept of energy flows. Qi is the flow of life running through everything, invisible but essential.

It’s in the blooming flowers, the zing of spices, the tonic properties of green tea, and beyond. Qi the perfume has symbolic references to both the land and the notion of qi: Chinese osmanthus, green tea, zesty citruses, and a barely detectable to our noses molecule, hedione, which amplifies the aroma of blossoming florals. This molecule propels the blend of Qi in a gentle but confident way.

Qi has a stong green facette that comes from the tea leaves note. The house invites you to travel back in time to ancient Cathay and tea merchants' caravans making their way through vast verdant tea plantations.

The elixir is also exceptionally concentrated, at 42%. Hence the 'intensivo' in the title.

Featured in edits and sample packs TeaThe Green Theme
Top Notesfreesialemon blossomneroli
Heartblack teahedioneosmanthusroseviolet
Base Notesbenzoinmate teamossmuskmyrrh
Style unisex

Qi is part of the Four Corners of the Earth collection and represents Cathay, the legendary land where people for millennia believed in the concept of energy flows. Qi is the flow of life running through everything, invisible but essential.

It’s in the blooming flowers, the zing of spices, the tonic properties of green tea, and beyond. Qi the perfume has symbolic references to both the land and the notion of qi: Chinese osmanthus, green tea, zesty citruses, and a barely detectable to our noses molecule, hedione, which amplifies the aroma of blossoming florals. This molecule propels the blend of Qi in a gentle but confident way.

Qi has a stong green facette that comes from the tea leaves note. The house invites you to travel back in time to ancient Cathay and tea merchants' caravans making their way through vast verdant tea plantations.

The elixir is also exceptionally concentrated, at 42%. Hence the 'intensivo' in the title.

Featured in edits and sample packs TeaThe Green Theme