Heaven on earth….it doesn’t have to be anything as exalted as Shangri-La, the other name for Agartha. It can be as simple as lying in a hay field with your children, making daisy chains and drinking lemonade, the gentle droning of bees in the distance making your eyelids heavy. Agartha is late afternoon sunshine bottled - an elixir of happiness capturing the fertile smell of pollination.
After a burst of frothy yellow mimosa to lift the spirits, the scent unfurls a heart of ripe orchard fruits so ripe their skins split, luscious juice mingling with light, raw honey straight from the hive. Sun-warmed hay and tobacco form a tightly-woven canopy of toasted, grassy notes over the honeyed fruit, reining in the sweetness. A green cardamom note mimics the spicy ferment of hops. Agartha gives one the feeling of being replete. If this isn’t Prozac in a bottle, then we don’t know what is.