Now in store the new parfum from CARNER – Palo Santo
A “sacred wood” steeped in magic and mysticism for thousands of years, releases an enchanting aromatic essence that swirls to life in a spellbinding blend that infuses earthy hints of wood and incense.
Coveted by Shamans for centuries, it is believed that this spiritual wood has the power to protect and usher in good fortune. A faint misting will cleanse the mood and raise spirits, invoking the true purifying virtues of Palo Santo
Notes of warm Caramel, Sweet Tonka Bean and Vetyver fuse with the intensity of Palo Santo creating a fragrance that calms the soul.
Olfactory portrait of a Gentleman – 1946 “A fougère accord that for its time was avant-garde. With aquatic, sparkling, evocative top notes of fizzy water and bitter soda to accentuate his positive vision of the future
Olfactory portrait of a Gentleman – 1946
“A fougère accord that for its time was avant-garde. With aquatic, sparkling, evocative top notes of fizzy water and bitter soda to accentuate his positive vision of the future.
A fougère accord that symbolises his devotion to his family, because it is in itself a reference to nature as sanctuary, thanks to its notes of natural origin.
A fougère accord that appeared for the first time in the late nineteenth century in two innovative fragrances by two illustrious Maisons, which, however, was not successful until the Sixties when its progressive notes saw it become a contemporary classic. This highlighted his aperture to the world, his interest in realities other than Italy.
A fougère accord to reveal his great charm and search for that special detail that made him attractive. This is a man who stands out for his sophistication. He wears a fragrance that belongs to nobody, emphasising his individuality, courage and strong personality, attractive to many women.
Finally, a fougère accord for his link with tradition. The past guides him, in order to build a better future. A past made up of evocative smells such as tobacco, the scent of shaving cream, notes of vanilla and the tonka bean.”
Two award winning perfumes available in our assortiment. We are proud to have them.
Sandalwood & Black Pepper from Acca Kappa awarded by the Art and Olfaction Award. http://artandolfactionawards.com/2015-black-pepper-sandalw…/
Nejma d’ Alice, Le Parfum d’Alice, a new fragrance and the winning entry in the 2014 Young Perfumer of the Year Competition.
The Creative Director of the brand is Santiago Burgas, passionate about the Costa Brava and the animal world. He began to create learning how to sew and to embroider when he was just a child. His university studies in fashion design laid the foundation for his creative career path, first in fashion design by launching his own designer brand and later, in 2008, he started a new stage of his career entering the world of Author Perfumery, and he created his own company with the desire to translate his artistic inspiration into high quality perfumes and design.
His projects have the characteristics of being based on nature, and the life of insects, especially regarding the behaviour of ants, what is translated into a new way of thinking and acting in the perfumery field.
The brand is highly conscious of and committed in protecting the environment and the raw materials used are top quality, sustainable and environment friendly, and we only work with local businesses and products (km 0) and with ISO certified suppliers.
Nobile 1942 has launched there Pontevecchio M in a Fragranza Suprema 75ml classic bottle. By changing the perfume into a higher concentration it changed a little. With this change the perfume is accessing a larger group of people who will really like it. The opening with tangerine and incense will find a lot of men exciting. The heart with the Iris Florentina, Rose wood and Geranium gives it power and also a powdery but strong touch. The Vetiver beholds the freshness besides the distinguished Patchouly and Sandalwood.
We hear a lot about the ingredient Oud, but what is it actually?
NEJMA PERFUMES: Fragrances extracted from OUD
Agarwood or Oud has been used to make high quality incense for centuries and was often used in religious and festive celebrations by Chinese, Arabian, Indian and Japanese people. In some countries oud was believed to have had medicinal virtues.
The oil extracted from Agarwood is used in Arabian countries as a perfume. Although in the past, rose and Jasmine were preferred Agarwwood is now the ultimate contemporary designer fragrance ingredient.
Agarwood is reputed to be the most expensive wood in the world. Oud is a resinous fragrant heartwood (central part of the tree) that occurs in trees belonging to species of the Aquilaria family. Agarwood forms as a reaction to fungal attack. The trees that become infected by the bacteria will secrete a fragrant acting like a protective oil into the wounded areas of the trunk. Only 20% of Aquilaria trees give Oud that is scented. Oud oil production requires a minimum of 20 Kg of resinous wood to produce 12ml of oil.
Aqualiria species producing Agarwood are found naturally in South, Southeast Asia and the Indian sub-continent. Later on its plantations were extended to a number of countries including Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Thailand…