The word has serveral meaning in different countries. Recently in 2016, US barred usage of the term as racist. As an Orient, it bemused us because if ever "The Orient" is used, its never with anger. Intrigue perhaps, but never with contempt.
In fact, by most people, is it considered synonymous with nature, Zen, Calm or even mystique. For us, it is a mindful immersion in Nature. Its the calming scent of still water. Its the beauty of Asia.
We created Orient, to honor Singapore's importance during the spice trade. The aroma of nutmeg, cinnamon, black pepper coming together with tea, sandalwood and other local flowers.
Its the wisdom of Zen sage, buddhist monk and Indian sadhu, dispensed in an inaccessible mountain temple. It is the scent of being "present", of "calm", and of "peace" that people try to search on their visit to Asia.
The pure balance was created by adding Agarwood, Sandalwood, Neroli, Rose, Champaka and other Asian flowers.
"The scent for spirituality, of Yoga, of meditation. It's meant for people looking to recover from today's stress."