Giardino Proibito

100 ml eco-spray

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Product Code JWFPSEEV_0
Category Room Fragrances 90° Annivers...
Barcode 8009513003760
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The forbidden Garden we find unexpected things. The wood used to make this creation are manifold and diverse: spices, berries, flowers, leaves and wood. The result is a classic and discreet scent. The FORBIDDEN GARDEN, dedicated to all dream garden where we would walk around and a long pause to read, to talk wrapped in a thousand fragrances. A garden to Barry Lyndon, large green areas, bright and open. The forbidden garden is a maze of Oriental spices, a labyrinth where getting lost in the citrus notes of bergamot from Calabria and the warm scent of star anise of China and the Patchouli of Indonesia. Use it to decorate your living room, the entrance of the House, the porch or the bow window. If you prepare a dinner in the garden or on the patio remember placing it a few hours before guests arrive: intensify the scents of your plants. Available in craft glass bottle, from the precious label, from 250 ml., 500 ml., and in the exclusive 3 Magnum Lt. with classic natural rattan sticks to make perfumes. And in practice, eco spray 100 ml. to always keep on hand. How to use: remove the CAP to the bottle and soak all the fragrance sticks, let them rest for a few minutes and then flip them. Repeat this procedure three or four times to make it absorb, throughout their length, the scent. After that you can simply flip the sticks once per day, less or more depending on the size of the room and taste.



Olfactory Family: Oriental, Spicy.

Head Notes: Fresh, Aromatic China Starry Anise, Bergamot of Calabria, Guatemala Cardamom,Madagascar Cloves, Red berries of Jamaica.

Heart Notes: Bloomed, Spicy Egyptian Jasmine, Rose of Turkey, Cinnamon of Sri Lanka, Indonesian Nutmeg, Leaves of Violets, Indonesian Patchouli, Salndalwood of Australia.

Base Notes: Woody, Oriental Haiti Vetiver, Cedarwood of Virgin Islands, Indonesian Patchouli, Vanilla of Madagascar, Indian Saffron