Curaro Extrait de Parfum
Curare is known not only as a very effective poison, but also has a powerful anesthetic and hypnotic effect, so much so that, even today, it still has various medical and scientific applications. Through it’s superficial administration in very small doses, simply by scratching the victim's hand with a pin for example, or inducing him, as a gesture of gallantry or royal submission, to kiss her famous ring, Lucrezia managed to charm and bewitch her prey, subjecting them to her fatal will under the influence of hypnosis. With the same persuasive and hypnotic force of curare this perfume knows how to conquer from the first and lead the wearer to the very top of the royal ladder. The fragrance opens with funambulous and daring acrobatics, where the woody notes of Patchouli emerge, supported by seductive Jasmine and Iris White flowers, resting on the fleshy petals of Magnolia, in an innovative and captivating artistic balance that reverberates in the heart of the fragrance. Then we come across splendid Absolute Rose wrapped in sweet Amyris Sandalwood, while in the distance the counterpoint of Tonka Bean echoes with smoky Vetiver and strong Indian Oud sweetened by Cinnamon berries. The whole creation is founded on a strong and opulent structure, with a wealth of vibrations and harmonies, reverberating with infinite echoes. The sweetness of Caramel embraces precious Cambodian Oud and Red Patchouli like graceful lyric poetry thanks to a counter melody of Absolute Vanilla amalgamated with priceless Orris. Finally, the enduring strength of Cedarwood and Benzoin give an extraordinary and incredible duration to the entire creation. The regal touch of seduction in a drop of hypnotic perfume.
Top notes: Patchouli, Gelsomino, Magnolia, Iris
Heart notes: Assoluta di Rosa, Sandalo Amyris, Fava Tonka, Vetiver, Indian Oud, Cannella
Base notes: Caramello, Orris, Patchouli Rosso, Assoluta di Vaniglia, Benzoino, Legno di Cedro, Oud Cambogiano
HOW TO USE
Spray on your wrists, inside of the elbows, base of the neck, and behind the ears.