Memento Mori is a Latin phrase meaning 'remember you must die'. As morbid as it sounds, Memento Mori also became a Victorian practice of remembering their dearly departed by taking post-mortem photos during the height of the age of Spiritualism. It speaks to our longing for those we have lost and is a reminder that love never dies as long as the loved one is remembered.
Fragrance - The distinct sweet aroma of white lilies is mixed with the haunting notes of night-blooming tuberose and sentimental periwinkle Forget-Me-Nots in remembrance of love lost, a friend's absence, or as a token for the dear departed. Warm sweet incense burns with notes of golden amber, drifting into the ether, conjuring images of memorials in old churches where people gather to mourn and remember those who have left them behind. Soft, misty, watery notes carries fleeting notes of comforting black tea, jasmine, and patchouli.