Mesopotamian Serenity

"In the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the world, Amytis of Media, wife of the great king, rediscovers her native land: the woody mountains of cypress, cedar, and almond trees, fig orchards, quince, pomegranate, and orange trees. It is in this Eastern paradise where Mušhuššu, the protective genius, envelops us... Continue Reading →

A Trio of Gingers: A Teaser

RHIZOMATIC! “A flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine. It is a herbaceous perennial which grows annual pseudostems about one meter tall bearing narrow leaf blades.” Catch our full spotlight on gingery fragrances coming on April the 1st! Full Ginger Spotlight (here). HousesTiziana Terenzi... Continue Reading →

A Fusion of Soft Spice

BARBARICIZED: “Invasion Barbare is a tranquil, comforting scent, as soft as it is piquant. It is a soft-spoken fragrance, there is nothing overly forceful about it, and yet it is full of charisma. One gentle whiff of its delicately-spiced notes and we are enthralled. We strongly believe that this beautiful blend might and should be... Continue Reading →

La Isla Lima

"You like the woody, smoky and spicy scent of Cuba perfume and you want to escape all year round, returning from your travels or prolonging the dream. This perfume of travel makes discover or recover the emblematic scents of Cuba with warm notes, high colors." Click Play, to hear my thoughts on this one. HouseFiilit... Continue Reading →

EP 14: The Nu Orange

Irida / Cyclades 38°3’N hit the spot, and took me somewhere. Just where? You will have to offer your ears to find out. This citrus-leaning fragrance is one-of-a-kind and just may be a distant relation to a famous, much older brother. Hey, I'm someone's older brother. Is that just a coincidence? This is most definitely... Continue Reading →

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