Coriander and Jasmine duo: A flower market in India
The streets of Mysore are lined with colorful market stalls piled with flowers and spices in a thousand and one hues. They are offered as garlands by the hundreds, scattered loose on the ground or heaped on broad trays. The air is saturated with fresh, flowery and exhilarating spicy scents.
Cypress and Fig tree duo: Greece in the shade of fig trees.
The scent of the Greek islands in summer. Tree-lined paths crisscross the hills overlooking the Mediterranean sea. When the wind blows, the green, woody accents of fig trees blend with the resinous, honeyed notes of cypress trees.
Oyedo and Moss duo: A Japanese garden.
A play of light and shade, and solid, slender shapes sketched by the curves of groves, shrubs and rocks. Everything is green in the Japanese garden: the fresh, moist scent of moss, the zesty fragrance of yuzu and the liveliness of water meandering between the trees.
Tuberose and Iris duo: A night in Grasse.
In the old days, in the Grasse region, young girls were forbidden to go out on the evenings the tuberose was picked. Its heady fragrance “went to their heads", it was said. Some sneaked out, their kisses scented like white flowers and the iridescent powdery notes of their make-up.
Orange Blossom and Vanilla duo: A celebration in Veracruz
Everything is ready in the big hacienda near the port. The dancing has just begun, the local delicacies have arrived. In the air, the music is tinged with the scent of vanilla and orange blossom.
Linden Tree and Fresh Mown Hay duo: A taste of summer
All the perfumes of summer in the countryside. The linden trees are still in bloom, exhaling their floral, honeyed notes. One begins to mow the hay, the earthy green scents of the tall freshly cut grasses lend their fragrance to the meadows.