A curiously quixotic juxtaposition of spiced French Lavender, English cucumber, coriander, bitter orange aldehydes, pink pepper, Clary Sage, wild Mountain mint, Ambroxan, celeriac root, tarnished silver, violet leaf, beeswax, linden blossoms, musk mallow, tonka bean, oakmoss, aged barnwood, gurjum wood, and touch of thunderstorm ozone.
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Word Origin and History for Rara Avis - c.1600 - a rare or unique or peculiar person. From Latin rara avis, lit. "strange bird." Latin pl: raræ aves.