Nijananda is mind expanding, high-intensity bliss. Flames of ginger and jasmine ripple outward, green apple mimosa is carried heavenward by angelica seed. Tropical heat tells of lush jungle wonder.Sandalwood’s velvet touch lifts the juiciness of yuzu, and patchouli shoots roots into the damp earth. Warm and bright, it envelopes.
Sfumato Fragrances creates scents from trees, flowers, herbs, and spices.
The word "sfumato" comes from the Italian language and is derived from "fumo" (smoke, fume). The term also refers to a Renaissance painting technique aimed at softening the transitions between colors and tones (think Mona Lisa). However, Sfumato Fragrances are by no means "soft" when it comes to their lasting-power on skin, but rather in terms of the texture of their aromas, shunning the abrasiveness of harsh petrochemicals and even some of the more screeching naturals, in favor of more delicate and edible compositions. Husbandand wife team Kevin and Jane live and work in Detroit, drawing inspiration from the flavor profiles and ingredient blends learned in the culinary and craft beverage world to compose their positivelydeliciousaromas.