In the wee hours of rare winter nights, nature shows a moonlit, slow-motion movie, seen by the lucky and the few. The movie begins with a world-sized moon curtained, slowly, by a thick, snowy cloud blanket and the entire sky is overtaken by powerful amber moonlight. Flakes of cottony-white drop, quietly, at their leisure, leveling the ground with a shimmering carpet of snow, mirroring the bright amber sky, turning the pitch of night into day. To catch this powerfully quiet moment with your own eyes is to briefly become the only person on Earth. This bright and sparkling winter night is represented by a blend of amber, moss and star anise, slight hints of forest spruce, Valencia orange and vanilla.