From the earliest times mistletoe has been one of the most magical, mysterious, and sacred plants of European folklore. It was considered to bestow life and fertility; a protection against poison; and an aphrodisiac. In Scandinavia, mistletoe was considered a plant of peace, under which enemies could declare a truce or warring spouses kiss and make-up. Later, the eighteenth-century English credited with a certain magical appeal called a kissing ball.
Notes: Siberian Fir, English Holly, Mistletoe, Camphor, Ivy, White Sandalwood, Vetiver, Frosted Musk.
Style: Fresh. Crisp. Green.