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Autumn in Lhoka - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Autumn in Lhoka - Eau de ParfumOn ancient maps, Tibet is depicted as a woman’s body, with Lhoka on the chest as the birthplace of Tibetan culture, known as the soul of Tibet. In Autumn, the harvest season after a year of hard work, Tibetans celebrate and appreciate this gift from nature with incense, singing and dancing. September’s warm sun cast over expansive fields of barley. The air thick with incense smoke, carrying with it, chants offered up in celebration of the harvest. Highland barley, under the gaze of the god of nature, germinates, grows, heads, fills, plumps, and matures. The prosperity of the plateau snow line is documented on these golden bodies.
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Loon - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Loon - Eau de ParfumCapturing the essence of the pink salt of Punjab, from mines deep in the Himalayan land where the brisk scent of earth tells a tale of the bravery and might of miners who extract the crystals that gleam with hues of rose. Navigating through narrow mountain tunnels and passages that are often dark and damp, the miners brace forward into the caves eventually surrounded by a mystical and ethereal aura. The pink salt sparkles in the light of the miner’s torches, casting a warm and inviting glow while the salt formations look like sculptures carved by nature, an artwork undreamt-of.
A mineral breeze evokes a sense of crystalline purity: the pink salt of Punjab sets against delicate blushing blooms of rose petals, like a glint of moonlight on the miners’ skin.
Pashm - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Pashm - Eau de ParfumWhen Nature Meets Craftsmanship: The rugged mountains of Kashmir offer a breathtaking landscape and crisp air where the majestic Cashmere goats roam freely, grazing on sparse vegetation that clings to rocky terrain. The goats shed their winter coats in the spring season while being harvested with utmost care. The scent of pashmina is soft and sensual, evoking an alluring aroma of cashmere, musk, and body warmth. It reminisces of the gentle care that artisans take during the harvesting of the cloudy-soft cashmere and the weaving of the exquisite pashmina, connecting time-honoured traditions to the smell of mother earth.
The subtle scent of pashmina envelopes in a gentle embrace, reminiscent of the snow mountains and nights by the fire, entwined like a nomad’s fond memory.
Spring in Bome - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Spring in Bome - Eau de ParfumA high-altitude small town called Bome, hidden in a lush valley, awakened by the late arrival of a short spring, where the fresh scent of greenery and ripeness of peach blossoms elicit a sense of renewal.
The moss that grows in the ancient forests awakens, giving off a fresh and vital scent in the damp mist of the morning. In the valley, the abundant and wild bounty of nature blooms: the secret language of peach blossoms, the swaying of irises, intertwined with the warm sensibility of jatamansi, creating a unique fragrance embracing the arrival of spring.
Summer in Paro - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Summer in Paro - Eau de ParfumParo, ‘The Castle on the Jewel’ in local language, located in the western part of the Kingdom of Bhutan. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery, built in 1692, sits on a 900-meter cliff face in the Paro Valley. Around the monastery, coniferous trees cover the valley like guardians and messengers. As the temperature rises, the tree trunks shed golden tears and the resinous scent hovers in the mist. The serene smoky fragrance is like a prophecy of the secret world. Walking deeper into the forest, the beehive on the cliff face emits a sweet, ambrosial scent that surrounds everything, colliding with the faint burning incense of the monastery.
Tchai - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Tchai - Eau de ParfumThe Darjeeling tea fields with the rolling hills covered in vibrant green bushes that stretch as far as the eye can see in the foothills of the Himalayas. Amongst the beauty of these fields lies the perseverance of the farmers, the shadows of their hard work before the break of dawn. Each leaf plucked with tenderness like a mother’s touch, ensuring that each and every bush is healthy and thriving. Nourished with their love, the tea leaves transform into an aromatic flavour of comfort, a reminder of the power of nature and the human spirit, of the profound bond between the land and the people who work it.
In the mist and clouds of Darjeeling, the tea farmers gently pick the buds of the first flush. The crips and sweet aroma of each leaf lingers on their calloused hands.
Winter in Manaslu - Eau de Parfum
Hima Jomo - Winter in Manaslu - Eau de ParfumIn Manaslu, 8163 meters above sea level, cedar grows in the snow-capped Himalayan mountain slopes. It lives with the glacier, it silences the cold. Its scent is sculpted by the icy wind, clean. Contained by snow, pure and crisp. Manaslu’s winter snowscape is like poetry on paper, we never know where we’re going next.
Meandering through the snow-capped mountain slopes as the icy air whistles around you. Whispers on the breeze tell tales of fragrant musk deer hidden amongst the pines. It wills us to get lost in an illusion at the top of the world, and enjoy the solitude like a snow leopard. Even the shadows in the depths of the caves have stopped in a frozen instant.
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