The fields of the southern Anatolian province of Isparta blossom each summer with the fragrant scent of Rosa x damascena. This rose, known widely as the Damascus Rose, Otto Rose in Bulgaria and Mohammadi Rose in Iran, is one of the two types of roses prized for their highly covetable essential oil. The oil is extracted by steam distillation requiring nearly ten thousand roses to produce just five milliliters of oil, making it one of the most expensive essential oils available.
Each month a new destination is brought to life through immersive storytelling in the form of short films, interviews and photos that share stories of culture through the mastery of creators and cultivators around the world.
Stories of travel and of people told through the objects they create.
Each month a new destination is introduced through a refined, celebratory lens
on the world’s most sought-after creators and cultivators.