A Drop Shifts The Paradigm

Devante Valereo was raised in a dusty Spanish village on the Balearic Sea. He fondly recalled going to the bullfights with his father, an ex-picador, and credited those experiences with inspiring his popular novella, Bull’s Blood. The book’s lurid tale of seduction garnered obscenity charges against him. A ban on the sale of his works persisted for a number of years. A fixture in Barcelona, writing in the cafes & bars into the night, Valereo disappeared as a fugitive in 1967 after a highly publicized bar scuffle. “A man who has killed,” he wrote in Bull’s Blood, ?is a man who knows passion.?Patchouli smolders seductively, a green flash of red fabric, flourished in the blink of an eye. This blood colored flag invites action, and after patchouli’s initial invitation, the drama in the fragrance never ceases, nor disappoints. Rose emerges quickly after patchouli’s wave, a willing participant…

HouseImaginary Authors
FragranceBull’s Blood
NoseJosh Meyer
Season/MoodInto The Night
Size/Cost1.7oz / $95
SoundtrackBefore the Bullfight by David Sylvian, 2007

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