Memo Paris - Graines Vagabondes - Kedu
Kedu, "the garden of Java" is a plain surrounded by volcanoes and thus is fertile, holy ground home to green plants, glowing palm trees, giant flowers, and water buffalos. Pilgrims with bowed backs make their way to Borobudur, a place of prayer, built high on the plains. This is a magical place. Pilgrims throw sesame seeds, a grain for every passion, into the smoke exhaust of one of the domes, a ceremony that cleanses the soul and reignites passion for life. Kedu is a fragrance that unites the smokiness of charred sesame seeds with the sparkling, juicy notes of the flowers and plants that tumble fully-formed out of this fertile, muddy flat.
Notes: grapefruit, neroli, tangerine, mate, freesia, peonies, sesame seed, white musk, moss