Vancouver-based independent natural perfumer Ayala Moriel of Ayala Moriel Parfums has launched a new fragrance for linden blossom lovers called Tirzah (Hebrew for "linden"). It is composed as a soliflore and is part of "The Language of Flowers" collection. Ayala Moriel explained that "The timing for the launch of Tirzah couldn't be better: linden blossoms are in full bloom throughout the month of June, emanating their delicate, honey-like aroma in the air. And what more - Tirzah is particularly suitable for a heat wave, with its top notes of green lemon zest and the cucumber-like mimosa, chilling heart notes of iris roots and a clean woody base of Fokienia with a hint of hay."......
"The elegant and clean notes of linden blossom are honeyed, green and elegant, reminiscent of sweet hay. This honey-like blossom is accentuated by the sublime scent of green lemon peel, mimosa blossoms and frangipani, and is underlined by the complementing ethereal-woody notes of Fokienia wood and sweet green hay."
Top notes: Green Lemon, Mimosa, Elemi, Frangipani Absolute
Heart notes: Linden Blossom, Guiacwood, Iris Roots
Base notes: Fokienia (Siamwood), Hay Absolute, Ambrette Seeds
The fragrance this time is alcohol-based only and available in extrait form only as well.
(Source: Ayala Moriel)