Villa Neroli


€133.33 (Tax Excl.)
Villa Neroli

Aquatic, Aromatic, Woody, Chypre, Leathery

Villa Neroli

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€133.33 (Tax Excl.)

Olfactory Notes

Description

"I imagined a garden of orange trees in Capri, a garden of abundance overlooking the Faraglioni, thousand-year-old rocks eroded by the wind, the rain and the sea. When the sun is barely down, this garden takes on an air of honeyed sweetness." "When I first discovered Capri, I had the strange and fascinating sensation that time had stopped. Walking on the heights of the island, under the light of the setting sun, I could see sumptuous villas. In their alleys, the bigaradiers give off their fragrant scent. For me, it is like a solar joy, between optimism and serenity. This new creation from the Collection Azur is an invitation to live the dolce vita." David Benedek

INGREDIENTS : ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), AQUA (WATER), LINALOOL, ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, GERANIOL, LIMONENE, BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE, ETHYLHEXYL SALICYLATE, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRA-DI-T-BUTYL HYDROXYHYDROCINNAMATE, CITRONELLOL, FARNESOL, EUGENOL, CITRAL, CINNAMAL

Alexandra Carlin

Perfumer's Word

"I imagined a garden of sour orange trees in Capri, a garden of plenty overlooking the Faraglioni, those thousand-year-old rocks eroded by the wind, the rain and the sea. When the sun has barely set, this garden takes on a with a honeyed sweetness. What interested me was to reveal all the assumed sensuality of orange blossom. The tangy freshness and impression of citrus in the head are essentially due to the essence of neroli combined with Nerolione, a very powerful molecule with a clean smell. Neroli is then very quickly replaced by orange blossom absolute. Its honeyed and straw-like facets echo the Bulgarian rose absolute in the heart. Then comes a comforting impression of balms and resins, thanks to the absolute of vanilla from Madagascar and cistus labdanum, to which is added a trio of amboxan, moss and cashmeran to transcribe the salty minerality of the Faraglioni."