The Castile soap, made in France, is prepared with natural ingredients only. Pure vegetable oils, lye, pearl ash, cellulose gum, salt and water. No colour, no preservatives, no petrochemicals. The soaps are then infused with a selection of perfume oils, one for each variety.
TGC101 OUD — generously wooden with resinous spikes.
TGC102 YUZU — a mineral-faceted citrus scent that lies between mandarin and grapefruit.
TGC103 BUNET — a herbal and quite raw disposition, reminiscent of freshly cut greenery.
TGC104 TIARÉ — an intoxicating orchid air enveloped in vanilla musk.
TGC105 FIR — The Siberian fir, native to the taiga east of the Volga, smells compelling where it stands. Pressed between your fingertips, the needles release a balsamic wood aroma as well as a resounding top note with crisp, fleeting pinene.
TGC108 CEDAR — is perfumed, organic soap – crafted with pure vegetable oils. The pencil cedar is used for the distillation of perfume oil as well as the manufacture of pencils, as the name suggests. Its hallmark note, that of warm and dry wood, carries with it a faintly discernible trace of wild berries.
TGC110 KIYOMI — is a perfumed, organic soap – crafted with pure vegetable oils. Back in 1949, Japanese plantsmen developed a new kind of hybrid orange. Their experimental orchard lay near the Kiyomi-gata lagoon – hence the name. This citrus fruit is sweeter than the common orange. It is happy – and a bit more refined, as well.