* Part of a trio of fragrances celebrating the history and traditions of India by Neela Vermeire and perfumer Bertrand Duchaufor, Trayee draws inspirations from religious rituals and traditional Indian medicine.
* If you can imagine smoky florals, that is what comes next. Like a hazy veil, jasmine and yiang yiang float in over the blackcurrant and make a brief appearance.
* The Vedic period is the inspiration of Trayee, beliefs that became the basis of modern Hinduism.
* The smoke turns into incense which blends the blackcurrant of the top notes with the woods, balsams, amber, and patchouli in the base notes.
Summary: Trayee is a journey from sensual to spiritual- as if you are going from a Bollywood-themed festival to a celebratory religious service. Projection is moderate, so you could wear this to work in the morning and it will last into the evening, making a perfect base for something to be added to. If you really love the top notes, spray it on your shirt rather than your skin and it will surround you in a halo of scent.