The dizzying whiteness of the Pontine Islands
" PALMAROLA has something that is beyond inhabited lands. It is a watercolor that combines the shades of blue of the crystalline seas with the sparkling white of its steep cliffs. His lively departure, Bergamot of Calabria and Italian lemon, opens on a Jasmine floral heart, sublime and vertiginous. The backdrop, built around an accord of Bois de Gaïac brings nobility and depth to the volutes of this stopover in the Italian style."
"PALMAROLA is a trip to the heart of the Pontine Islands, a wonderful cruise under a gentle and fresh wind. "
ESSENCE OF GAÏAC WOOD
The Latin origins of the small tree of Guaiac mean "wood of life", perhaps because it is one of the densest woods in the world. In perfumery, Le Gaïac is a white, dry and smoked wood that has no genre. Combined with the masculine or the feminine, it blends with amber Sandal notes as well as softer and powdery floral notes.
ABSOLUTE OF JASMIN SAMBAC
Jasmine Sambac is characterized by its small white and velvety flowers with double petals. His absolute is precious. It is harvested at dawn to avoid alteration of its essence in the sun. It takes several million flowers to get a kilo of concentrate. Its fragrance knows how to be powdered, hypnotic, heady, and diverts white flowers from their usual innocence.
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Ah...Palmorola..comment dire...comment décrire cette fulgurante et incroyable note de tête... envoûtante, obsessionnelle, renversante que l'on cherche à retrouver à chaque nouvelle pulvérisation... Parfum dans la veine des Sinan ou Omar Sharif... Merci de m'avoir permis de retrouver enfin les sensations uniques des parfums perdus de mes dix sept ans.