Floral, Chypre, Fresh
Eau de Parfum
As pure as the early morning dew, its essence lies in the sophisticated aqueous chord of a tingling late-spring shower. Enriched with a variegated, luminous bouquet of spices, now with the warm, enveloping notes of cumin and black pepper, now with the crispness of cardamom. The effervescent aldehydes, light and potent, exalt all the top notes. Then the flowers of violets, the leaves of the tomato plant, white freesia and mirabelle, before shading into a lively, slow-dimming golden sunset of patchouli and amber crossed by discreet clouds of fir balsam and musks.
From the Diary of the Maître Parfumeur
…It was a late May morning. The sweetness of the cyclamens, the lilies of the valley, and the bright roses and early jasmine of that late spring was captivating; their accord with the dry notes of the pine needles, unexpected. The scent of coming rain exalted every fragrance; I understood – fully comprehended – just how alluring and startling can be the perfume deliquesced by the early morning dew in Forte dei Marmi.