Sacred Earth

by Brocard
Heavenly fruity green vetiver
Floral
Green
Woody
Top Notesgreen teaivypink pepper
Heartfighyacinthjasmine
Base Notescedarwoodtonka beansvetiver
Style for her for him unisex
Sacred Earth - Brocard - Bloom Perfumery
Sacred Earth - Brocard - Bloom Perfumery
Sacred Earth - Brocard - Bloom Perfumery

Perfumer: Bertrand Duchafour

It's a beautiful fruity vetiver perfume in which the discreet greenness of the vetiver root is highlighted by sumptuous fig and fruity pink pepper.

These materials tell the story of a mythical land, some paradise where fantastic fruits grow. Vetiver is the earthy background and other notes represent the heavenly orchard.

The bottle deserves a separate mention, it's heavy crystal with exactly 57 facets, the same number you have in the classic diamond cut, the perfect number to capture light inside the stone and make it pulse within.

You can actually spin the bottle (the base has been cut in a special way) to admire the play of light inside the amber coloured tincture.You can actually spin the bottle (the base has been cut in a special way) to admire the play of light inside the green coloured tincture.

Top Notesgreen teaivypink pepper
Heartfighyacinthjasmine
Base Notescedarwoodtonka beansvetiver
Style for her for him unisex

Perfumer: Bertrand Duchafour

It's a beautiful fruity vetiver perfume in which the discreet greenness of the vetiver root is highlighted by sumptuous fig and fruity pink pepper.

These materials tell the story of a mythical land, some paradise where fantastic fruits grow. Vetiver is the earthy background and other notes represent the heavenly orchard.

The bottle deserves a separate mention, it's heavy crystal with exactly 57 facets, the same number you have in the classic diamond cut, the perfect number to capture light inside the stone and make it pulse within.

You can actually spin the bottle (the base has been cut in a special way) to admire the play of light inside the amber coloured tincture.You can actually spin the bottle (the base has been cut in a special way) to admire the play of light inside the green coloured tincture.