You're in a hotel room in Morocco. It's evening, the moon is rising, and the windows are open to the world below. The dry breeze blowing off the Saharan desert carries the smell of smoky fires, spices from a suk, a blooming jasmine bush below, and sweet cookies in the oven at the bakery next door. That's how Swiss perfumer Andy Tauer describes the inspiration for his universally adored L'air du Desert Marocain, a perfume that captures the spirit of both adventure and serenity. Fans were flocking to this scent even before it received a coveted five-star rating from world-renowned perfume critic Luca Turin. Notes include coriander, cumin, petitgrain, rock rose, jasmine, cedarwood, vetiver, and ambergris.
Andy Tauer is an independent perfumer based in Switzerland. He is a self-taught artisan whose eye (and nose) for quality shines through everything he creates. Learn more at www.tauerperfumes.com.
L'air du Desert Marocain was inspired by perfumer Andy Tauer's travels to Morocco.