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Seville, 1960. “Blossoming orange trees perfume the patio under the intense spring sun. A light breeze from the sea calls us to reach the beach, while vanilla ice cream awaits us in the shade. Thus the master perfumer Alberto Morillas describes the sunny moments spent in Spain during his childhood, lulled by a sun that was both powerful and comforting.
Paradison and neroli evoke the notes of fresh water that was thrown on the hot tiles. Orange blossom and jasmine sambac are a tribute to the warm air saturated with perfumes, while vanilla superabsolute brings a gourmande sweetness. A mille-feuille of olfactory reminiscences concentrated around a soft and regressive orange blossom, barely sweet like a gourmandise from childhood.
Olfactive family: CITRUS
Top notes: essence of bigarade neroli, Paradisone
Heart notes: jasmine absolute, orange blossom absolute
Base notes: vanilla superabsolute