Only in Japan does the art of evaluating delicate aromas exist, the art of KODO, the art of composing aromas. An exceptional attitude to aromas, an attitude according to the laws of beauty, has been going on for millennia in Japan. KODO is one of the cornerstones of Japan’s spiritual culture. Along with the tea ceremony (“garden”) and the art of arranging flowers (“ikebana”), KODO (literally “the path of aroma”) has become one of the forms of communication - the ethics of “listening to aromas”, elevated to the rank of high art. Japanese aristocrats for months learned the secrets of mixing aromatic substances to participate in special competitions at evenings at the imperial court. KODO uses the language of scents. This elite art opens up another way for relaxation, the inner contemplation of the world, concentration of thoughts on the beautiful. In an effort to reach the pinnacle of excellence in taste and aroma, we created this blend of selected grains from Ethiopia and South America.