Composed of spicy oriental notes, inspired by Saharan desert in the moonlight, a Moroccan night, L’air Du Desert Marocain is one of the most popular Tauer fragrances. Coriander and cumin couple and produce an unusually fresh, yet earthy rendering of their respective identities; at once hot and cool, this spiced opening is undeniably green. The verdant burn is echoed by crisp, gleaming leaves of petitgrain, which, with refreshing sweetness, introduce the softly dulcet tone that will eventually lead to two powerful contenders. Labdanum and jasmine, simultaneously dark and fair, merge in the heart of L’air du Desert Marocain and create an atmosphere of tremendous, wistful romance. Like a twister of flowers, this pair of blooms temporarily dominates but also cleanses the fragrance of all and any preceding action. In the aftermath of this torrid floral affair, the cool, therapeutic winds of cedar blow across the arid landscape and unearth shoots of optimistic vetiver and glinting crystals of priceless ambergris. This scent is somewhere between the freshly ground business of a mortar and pestle, the sparkling grit of a sandstorm and the silence of the desert at night. L’air du Desert Marocain is a triumphant evocation of the invisible; desert air. Sheer beauty.