An astringent pachouli chocolate fragrance with a classic heart from rose and ylang.
Inspiration: brooch "Tristan and Isolde", made of gold, where male and female profiles form a cup with ruby drink, a symbol of eternal love.
Notes: jasmine, ylang-ylang, cedar, rose, orange, Haitian vetiver, labdanum, amber, vanilla, Indonesian patchouli
Crowned with a sacred vase, homage to the “Tristan and Isolde” jewelry piece created
in 1953 by Salvador Dalí in gold, platinum, diamonds and almandine garnet, the bottle
becomes the vessel of a richly contrasting and beautiful golden amber fragrance. This is an
intensely scented love potion to delight all the senses. It whisks you away to the land of the
Thousand and One Nights, a luxuriant and opulent invitation to foreign climes, steeped in
luxury and voluptuousness.
In his interpretation of Dalí’s work, Alberto Morillas chose fresh Florida orange essence
notes that naturally burst from the Dalinian chalice to lead us to the heart of a sunny floral
accord of rose, jasmine and natural ylang-ylang from the Comoro Islands. A woody vibrato
built around cedar wood and Haitian vetiver creates the languid base rounded out with the
fullness of a beautiful amber. This majestic accord, vibrantly reminiscent of this happy and
voluptuous Orient, flaunts sweet notes of vanilla, Spanish cistus labdanum and Indonesian
Smooth and sensual, this fragrance becomes a temptation to give in to eternal seduction.