• Headnote: Orange, Ginger, Plum, Fig, Pink Grapefruit, Artemisia

  • Heart note: Red Sandalwood, Jasmine, Rose, Saffron, Grapefruit, Orange Blossom, Sandalwood, Pomegranate, Erica

  • Footnote: Patchouli, Vetiver, Styrax, Leathery Notes, Strawberry Tree, Sea Cistus, Salt, White Sand, Oleander, Broom

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The most carefree and joyful stop on this incredible journey is beautiful Sicily, where history, art and nature intertwine in an enchanting sea of ​​emotions. Wild beaches, ancient ruins, squares surrounded by Baroque palaces, frame this Mediterranean place that embodies one of the most mysterious and at the same time oldest Italian beauties. All the colorful sounds of Sicily are enclosed in the precious perfume extract. You will find the very tasty fruits combined with wild flowers with sublime scents, to then reverberate in the fragrant woods of the plants of the Mediterranean scrub, harmoniously contrasted with the spices that surround Syracuse and the beautiful island of Ortigia. This creation was originally a journey, but soon after, thinking about it, it was a vertigo dream that characterizes the graceful spirit of a cool midsummer night, in front of a bonfire by the sea, singing and playing the guitar with travel companions and with whom we always carry in our hearts even if physically far away. Arethusa is a character from Greek mythology, daughter of Nereus and Doris. The god Alpheus, son of the god Ocean, fell in love with her by spying on her while she was bathing naked. However, Arethusa fled from his attentions, escaping on the island of Ortigia, in Syracuse, where the goddess Artemis turned her into a source. Zeus, moved by Alfeo's pain, turned it into a river in turn, thus allowing him, from the Peloponnese, in Greece, to travel across the Ionian Sea to join the beloved source. Even today the myth lives on on the island of Ortigia thanks to the so-called Fonte Aretusa, a body of water that flows into the Porto Grande of Syracuse.

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