Essence of Jerusalem Eau de toilette spray for Men - 30ml, 1 fl.oz
Eau de toilette spray for Men - 30ml, 1 fl.oz
"Perfumed with Myrrh and Frankincense"(Song of Songs,3:6)Ever since biblical times, perfumes were enriched our lives.Perfume-making is an ancient art, and you may be surprised to learn that perfumes were actually first created in the Holy Land .
When the Queen of sheba pay her historic visit to King Solomon some 3000 years ago, she made him a gift of Persimmon shoots , also known as Balsamon or Balsam. These shoots were transplanted to the Lush oasis of Ein Gedi on the shores of the legendary Dead Sea , where perfumers extracted the Balsam essence to create the most sought-after perfume in the ancient world . In the millennia that followed, the stormy events in Jerusalem and the Holy Land severely disrupted the local perfime industry.
But now , an enterprising Israeli perfumer has re-discovered the ancient art , using the aromatic essence of over 90 different indigenous Israeli plants, he has produced a glorious perfume , Essence of Jerusalem .
The fragrance of this exclusive Balsamon inspired perfume represents a subtle blend of the oriental and the classic, encapsulating the very essence of Jerusalem . The Essence of Jerusalem collection includes fragrance for women and for men , and a range of fragranced candles for home and ceremonial use.
" And she gave the king a hundred and twenty talents of gold and spices in great abundance and precious stones;
neither was there any such spice as the queen of sheba
gave King Solomon."
( 2 Chronicles 9 )
Created in jeruslem
According to tradition from years past, this perfume was prepared in Israel, the Holy Land, by combination of flowers and plants essences mentioned in the Bible and characteristic of the Holy Land. Using the aromatic essence of over 90 different indigenous Israeli plants in order to produce a glorious perfume, Essence of Jerusalem.
The original products of the Ein Gedi brand Ltd.
All Ein Gedi products have Ministry of Health approvals.
Made in Israel