Ever since the legend of Icarus, man has always dreamed of flying like a bird. However, none has ever made it to the clouds until the Montgolfier brothers introduced an invention that would give a new view on the world.
With nice weather right around the corner, winter dishes are no longer in season. It's time to get back to a healthy and balanced diet. Make your way to the Health Inside restaurant where balanced dishes and quality ingredients are used to make healthy meals without sacrificing quantity.
While today Carmen is one of the most performed operas, it's debut was a true disaster. The composer George Bizet, never lived to see the success of his opera, as he died a couple days after the premiere.
The Tonka bean comes from a tropical tree in South America. It is used in cooking as well as in medicine, and has revolutionized the world of perfumery. Its fragrance, mostly made up of coumarin, has introduced the world to fern-based scents.
It is in 1900 in London that Puccini discovers the story of Madame Butterfly, and decides to make an opera of it. After a disastrous premiere, the play has flourished today, to be one of the most popular in the world.
64 spaces, 32 pieces, and an infinite amount of possibilities... Considered a "mental arm wrestle", the game of chess, once reserved for the noble classes, has now become one of the most renown thinking games of the world.
Developped in the 50's, ambroxan was used as a replacement to natural ambergris in perfumes. Its sensual scents and numerous facets made it a major player in modern perfumery, and can also be found in oriental perfumes as well as floral, aromatic, fruity and woody fragrances.
While strolling at the Marché des Enfants Rouge, there is a good chance that at the turn of a stand, you will hear a “Miam-Miam” In this case, do not hesitate and follow the sound of the voice, you are not far from the best sandwich of Paris (and maybe even of the world!)
Also called “liquid gold”, sandalwood has been used for more than 4000 years in Asia because of its numerous medicinal or olfactory properties.
Known in form of incense since the dawn of time, its use in perfumery dates only from the 19th century. Its olfactory roundness and ability to sublimate other notes quickly made it a must in modern perfume.