Mutis Nueva Granada – KINTU
Parfum – 100 ML
In the Quechua language spoken by the Incas, KINTU means offering to the Gods. The ritual is performed with three coca leaves, which symbolize the three worlds of the Andean
cosmovision: the world of the Gods, that of human beings and that of the dead. The coca leaves are arranged in the shape of a flower and then offered to the spirits of the mountains.
Even today, the inhabitants of the Andes rely on Kintu to ask for blessings, protection and a good harvest.
Black Pepper, Galbanum, Copaiba Balsamo
Rose, Guaiac Wood, Patchouly, Tolu Balsamo, Peru Balsam
Oud, Amber, Musk, Sandalwood