1) Dante Alighieri “l’Amor che move il sole e l’altre stelle.” Paradiso – Canto XXXIII Fragranza: 1321 : Lavande, Thym.
2) Charles Baudelaire “Voici venir des temps, où vibrant sur sa tige Chaque fleur s’évapore ainsi qu’un encensoir.” Les Fleurs du Mal Fragranza: 1857 : Pin, Eucalyptus.
3) William Shakespeare “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Romeo & Juliet Fragranza: 1597 : Verveine d’Asie.
We divide our lives for some time between Tuscany and the south of France. We started to explore Provence with its traditions, and especially the world of fragrances. So was born our new collection of Olfactory books, a research on classical texts that evoke hidden feelings. The scents are essential, and of organic origin. You can use it at home, bring it in your bag, use it in your car, or offer it as an original present. Open the book to let it give off its fragrance.