Beer Fruit, Mandarin, Pepper, Violet, Rose, Neroli (Orange Bloom)
Patchouli, Amber, Vanilla
Paglieri 1876 – Romae
Visiting Rome again, the visitor is struck by the sudden need for a moment of quiet and solitude among the bustle of the hot, weary city and the press of human bodies. This fragrance captures the moment of relief felt when one steps into the shaded courtyard of a monastery garden.
In the first moments of peace, the scent is of roses dropping off vines mingling with fresh tangerine peel, pink pepper, and tender little violets. The smell is cool, floral, and a little mossy, like the damp and secluded corner of a shaded garden. Enriched with a touch of golden amber and vanilla in the base, the finish is as gentle a respite from modern life as one could hope.