Finca Vigía is a nineteenth century colonial home near Havana. Ernest Hemingway purchased this little slice of heaven in 1940 and lived there for twenty-one years. The site was a major source of inspiration for the writer; it was here that he wrote his most famous works. Trade winds drift through a beautiful, lush park overlooking the Caribbean Sea, carrying its exotic fragrance across the water.
Jardins D’Écrivains based its new home fragrance on this intoxicating atmosphere. Its woody floral fragrance features the elegance of the legendary white ginger lily, or mariposa (white butterfly), Cuba’s national flower.
The fragrance’s generous and tropical olfactory signature is fit for the most refined home spaces.
Rattan reeds immersed in a true perfume provide constant diffusion throughout your home for approximately one year.