“In Oriento Murraciole reconstructs the eternally appealing combination of rose and oud. The result is a feminine fragrance that is unabashedly sultry. At first, Oriento is deeply sweet, almost sparkling in this sugared dimensionality. Lemon is a spike of contrast, a concentrated element that creates an almost gourmand sensation of tangy irresistibility. Saffron’s heat singes the high crisp ceiling of this scent, creating boiler conditions that caramelizes lemon. Styrax echoes the pairing of saffron and lemon, lending a resinous richness that is simultaneously smokily uplifting….”
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|Size/Cost||1oz / $120|
|Source/Link||Smallflower.com / Merz Apothecary|
|Soundtrack||Orient-Occident III by Iannis Xenakis, 1970|