Piri Piri not to be confused with red pepper, is a rare raw material used in some perfume compositions. This plant intended for shamanic virtues, is of origin of Peru in the Amazon rainforest.
It is employed by the Native American community Shipibos to compose love filters. Our sourcer of raw materials Stéphane Piquart explains his story by realizing an original report: A shamanic fragrance from Jangal Films on Vimeo. "He is neither an adventurer, nor a scientist, nor even a disciple of Levis Strauss." Stéphane's quest is quite different: in his own way, he is a researcher, but a researcher of fragrances, or rather a hunter of smells ... It is in Peru, first in Iquitos, a city built on the rubber trade, that his quest begins, ending with the Shipibo Indians, connoisseurs of the masters of the forest and the power of plants. contacts and that of his friend Michel Roudniska (son of the famous creator of Eau Sauvage), who has created a shamanic fragrance for the Indian community, Stéphane will discover some rare plants with disturbing fragrances. "