An island on the Nile, Philæ holds the souvenir of Goddess Isis dear. Built by one of the last pharaohs, Nectanebo 1st, the temple that celebrates Isis’ creative powers stood the test of time surrounded by flowing waters. It naturally welcomed native papyrus, which were used for books and manuscripts.
The Philæ candle is a warming and woody fragrance that evokes a feeling of timeless heritage.
Rising with notes of cystus and frankincense, mingling essences of papyrus and pine showcase a base of labdanum.