The Inspiration By this palindrome word, the Ancient Egyptian meant the primordial water, in other words the God Nun. According to the legend, this water gave birth to the Lotus, a flower which was used to hide into the water during the night, to open up again at the sunshine. While blossoming out the flower revealed the Sun God Atum. Hence the symbolism of the Sun God, of rebirth. This fragrance arises from the Nun and opens up at the sunshine, while its scented molecules spread out into the air. It's a tribute to this iconic, symbolic flower. The Fragrance The fragrance opens with evident citrus notes, in which pear reveals its sweetness joining a heart of blossoming lotus, jasmine and ylang ylang. Woods, amber and musk play the end notes of this scented accord.