So Blue - Pantheon Rome
WHAT BLUE the skies of the great Renaissance painters have never stopped capturing the imagination of the world and the curiosity of the most famous art experts. These skies evoked serenity, a sense of freedom and a mystical sensation. The blue skies dominated the canvases. A fragrance that sought a vertical vision between the earthly and the divine, between the earth and the sky, between the natural and the mystical, a crescendo of incense with a fresh and free base - in other words, blue. So blue.
Absinthe, Cinnamon, Bark, Nutmeg, Strawberry
Magnolia, Rose, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Lily of the Valley
Incense, Sandalwood, Cedar, Cedar, Zibetto, Castoreum, Hay, Vanilla, Ambergris, White Musk, Benzoin