In Japan, shirin-yoku, or “forest bathing”, is ritual. In the woods, you move slowly, calmly, mindfully. You linger for hours, filling your senses with the forest as a tonic for mind and body. Woody notes over a heart of sweet and spicy neroli blossoms and earthy vetiver offer the healing power of the forest. A day spent in the woods is always a day well spent: Green Walk.