Mandragola, Mandrake, is one of the most famous lethal potions of the Middle Ages, made from the skilled distillation of herbs and woods with singular narcotic and hypnotic properties, capable of unleashing supernatural aphrodisiac power.
Painstaking research into the secret formulas of Lucrecia’s powerful potions, recorded in her old diaries, brought forgotten knowledge back to light and provided the artistic inspiration for the creation of this new perfume: a potion of arcane, bewitching power that makes the wearer irresistibly alluring.
This creation opens with a symphony of Mediterranean citrus fruits kissed by the power of very rare Italian saffron, unleashing a scent that echoes in sinuous waves until it reaches the elegant floral heart nestling on petals of tea rose, magnolia and gardenia, expertly tuned with guaiac wood.
After this subtle yet acrobatic evolution, from the depths, comes an explosion of Cambodian Oud heightened by vetiver and vanilla pod, with underlying amber and musk.
A fragrance strong in character and fatal in its combination of the senses.