An olfactive stroll through the ancient spice trade route allows one to discover the precious goods that may be obtained here. Notes of saffron, sandalwood and cedarwood connote the atmosphere of this wonderous city. A rose of a thousand seductive facets mirrors Cairo and its thousand minarets. Labdanum, cypriol and vanilla pod burst through, accompanied by the murmur of early morning life in the land. Dionysus rests in Greece, but the workings of Osiris are ever-present here, rising with the plumes of incense that dance in the air, beckoning one to take a closer look at the carnal sensuality of this fragrance. William suggests that those who adorn themselves in Halfeti would share a certain fondness for Cairo. Their resemblance to one another unveils itself through woods, patchouli and, of course, rose.