THIS FRAGRANCE WAS CREATED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE QUEBEC FLUTE AND GUITAR DUO BEIJA-FLOR
Fruity Amber: hibiscus, coconut, bergamot, mandarin, passion fruit, honeysuckle, tonka, vanilla, amber & sandalwood.
"Beija-flor" is a Portuguese term that translates to "hummingbird" in English. The literal translation of "beija-flor" is "flower kisser," reflecting the bird's delicate and precise way of extracting nectar from flowers with its long, slender beak. Hummingbirds are known for their vibrant colors, rapid wing beats, and their ability to hover in mid-air. In various cultures, hummingbirds symbolize qualities such as joy, energy, and the fleeting beauty of life due to their quick and agile nature. Our fragrance is a reflection of these vibrant, warm and joyful qualities.
STORY: In a vibrant oasis, Luna, a curious and spirited hummingbird, discovers an exquisite hibiscus flower. Luna is captivated by its beauty and spends hours singing to the flower, forming a deep bond. As the season changes, heralding Luna's imminent departure to distant realms, a poignant realization permeates her delicate spirit—the hibiscus languishes at the twilight of its ephemeral existence. In a final act of love and devotion, Luna gathers seeds from the hibiscus and delicately sows them within a nearby meadow, bestowing upon their love an eternal legacy.
- Paraben & Phthalate Free
- Vegan and Cruelty-Free
- Small batches and handmade
Directions: Melt solid perfume directly onto your wrists and neck. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
Ingredients: Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Euphorbia Cerifera Cera (candelilla wax), Essential Oil, Fragrance Oil
Made in Canada
Duo Beija-Flor is a classical flute and guitar duo that is as multi-layered as their home base of Montreal. They take listeners on a musical journey around the world by focusing on the commonality of the human experience expressed through the lens of culture. Their repertoire consists uniquely of music by composers who have used either traditional dances, stories, or songs in order to create their works. With this type of repertoire, they seek to increase the understanding of the diverse populations and cultures that make up modern-day Canada through music, anecdotes and outreach performances.