A cologne differs from an aftershave or perfumed water by incorporating not a mono tone fragrance, but a set of several olfactory notes, often distant, that evoke a main accord.
In this case: CLIFFS OF THE SICILIAN SEA
Top notes (the most immediate and volatile ones): A well-orchestrated madness: the green gold of perfumery, bergamot, not in its natural environment, but in the brackish seaweed of a rock overlooking the Mediterranean shore.
Middle notes (slower, but they last longer): We couldn’t help but dive into ozone scents, breathed in iodine masses, even the most Italian kind of tobaccos; coming from Kentucky, but invented in its fermented variant and made famous by great personalities of our Bella Italia.
Base notes (those who support and connect all the others): We had already been provocative enough and thus a non-experimental base. Simply one of the most beautiful Asian patchouli sleeping on a bed of fresh musk.
TOP NOTES: Bergamot and Seawaer
MIDDLE NOTES: Tobacco, Geranium, Cyclamen, Spicy
BASE NOTES: Tobacco, Patchouli, Musk
More information and packaging
Amber glass bottle to protect every note of the fragrance.
Embossed “Cathedral vetrage” label
Capacity: 200ml/6,76 fl. oz
Free Australia wide delivery on order over $30