Our first scent embodies the universal love that binds us together as humans and loops back through the earth that sustains us. The ancient Greeks called this “agape.”
Next, romantic love—”eros” to the Greeks. One pillow, two heads, face-to-face, with nothing but time to indulge in endless pillow talk. Is there any greater luxury?
Finally, “philautia,” the love we have for ourselves. Because someone will break your heart, and you will have to reach inside to find the love that is the foundation of all others.
The ancient Greeks had a lot of words for love. As we say these days, “it’s complicated.” But always worth it.