Moena 12 | 69
Moena 12 | 69
Moena 12 | 69
Moena 12 | 69

Moena 12 | 69

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A riot of plants sweating in the morning sun. The scent of young ginger sweeping through the green canopy. Brewed tea and fresh tobacco leaves. An oncoming thunderstorm and the purifying crispness that follows.

Notes of Wild Peruvian Moena, Soaked Moss, Golden Ginger, Brewed Tea & Tobacco Leaves, Redolent Woods 

Moena 12|69, is the first-ever fragrance to feature Moena Alcanfor, a rare essential oil steam-distilled from the lateral branches and leaves of Moena trees. The numbers correspond to the geographical coordinates from where the oil is sourced - the Tambopata Province of the Peruvian Amazon at 12° South, 69° West.

A close botanical relative to the highly endangered Rosewood (another Amazonian tree popular for fragrance), Moena Alcanfor is a new sustainable alternative. This oil is ushering in a promising future for the region’s delicate ecosystem. Its woodsy aroma ignites emotions, purifies and uplifts the spirit, and eases anxiety.

15ML

Carta’s signature splash bottle was designed with both beauty and sustainability in mind. The bottle features a fitted ground-glass globe stopper, eliminating the need for plastic pumps, caps, and tubes. Each one is hand-sealed using an artisanal technique called baudruchage, involving the application of a biodegradable wrap laced with silk threads and secured with a wax seal. This technique ensures that bottles remain both air and watertight during their journey and free from tampering.

To remove the baudruche, use scissors or a sharp knife to snip the silk thread at the base of the bottle’s neck. When the thread loosens, the wax seal will detach from the wrapping, allowing the wrapping to slip off with ease.

The glass stopper serves as the applicator for your parfum. Before removing the stopper from the bottle, gently invert the bottle to wet the stopper’s neck with parfum.

To close your bottle, place the stopper into the bottle and firmly press down while giving it a slight twist to secure.