The Roman senator Marcus Junius Brutus, known for his lack of eloquence, inspires a frank and direct fragrance that goes straight to the point: a sparkling citrus opening on a deep and dense woodiness enriched with an oriental patchouli, earthy and spicy that strikes immediately.
"The parts of the body where there is the most smell are where the soul gathers the most. Smells that are too strong have become unpleasant for us, because the excess of soul is intolerable to the extent that our 'animality' is repressed and stifled by our society. This project is my vegetable garden, I have planted it, fertilized it, cultivated it and harvested its fruits. In Orto Parisi the body is experienced as a garden, the smells are the true mirror of its soul." A. Gualtieri.
Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Musk