The Voyage Collection
Dhaher was first introduced to perfumery by his mother. Like many others in the Gulf, she practiced the art of mixing perfume oils and creating bukho (or perfumed agarwood for incense) in a secret tradition that had been passed on throughout generations. As perfumery is deeply embedded within the Arabian culture, his interest never waned. Dhaher remembers how his mother experimented with scents and new ingredients, recreating each fragrance time and time again until it was perfected. With the aromatic mixture of crushed herbs, flowers and oil still fresh in his memory, he reflects fondly on those times. “She filled our home with a rich bouquet of smell that unmistakably embodied her passion, spirit and love. I want to capture some of that passion for perfection and share it with the world by creating a line of fragrances inspired by the traditional origins and modern aspirations of our daily lives” says Dhaher, who has since immersed himself in the rich tradition and culture of perfumery.
Tola: a unit of weight of India equal to 180 grains troy or 0.375 ounce troy (11.7 grams).
Tola, as a unit of measure, predates the metric system. In the year 1833, it was exactly equal to the mass of a silver rupee. It's now used to measure gold and other rare and precious items. Tola came to life on the 10th of May 2010 at exactly 2:34:51 p.m.