Lalibela by Memo Paris is an Eau de Parfum
Memo Paris Lalibela is an Eau de Parfum. The nose behind this fragrance is Alienor Massenet.
A mystical rose
A place of pilgrimage and celebration, located at over 2,500 meters in altitude, the Christian city of Lalibela in Ethiopia is shrouded in mystery. Legend has it that angels came down from heaven to build its twelve churches, hewn from the rock, in a single night, in the 12th century. Lalibela is the scent of joyous fervor. The fragrance included Rose, Frankincense and Patchouli among its ingredients, its own way of prolonging the mystical moment.
Twelve churches hewn from the Ethiopian rock in a single night. Vanilla. Mineral rocks, sculpted, cloaked in pink, emerge from the earth. Labdanum resin. Heavenly builders driven by a mystical fervour. Jasmine absolute. Mysterious sanctuaries, protected by the frankincense of an age-old ritual. Oil of patchouli. The hum of bees in the flowers, a joyous zeal. Rose. The fate that makes a fragrance a story. Lalibela.
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Rose absolute, Oil of Indonesian Patchouli, FrankincenSe
MADE IN FRANCE.
- TOBACCO LEAF
- PRECIOUS WOOD