In the sixteenth century, Shah Jahan ruled over an empire that spread from Kabul to Pondicherry. He was known as the “King of the world.” His rule was peaceful and his people loved him. When he fell in love with the irresistible Mumtaz, he called her “the jewel of the palace”.
On their wedding night, he had their bed covered in topaz, her favorite stone and when she died, mad with sorrow, he had a monument built in her honor, the Taj Mahal.
A strongly solar stone, symbol of abundance, topaz attracts happiness and prosperity.
An intense blend of bourbon and saffron boosted with blue cypress and leather notes.