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Entre Naranjos Eau de Parfum 50 ml

  • Entre Naranjos Eau de Parfum 50 ml
145,00
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Ramón Monegal - Entre Naranjos
 
Fresh southern air, full of vitality and joy. Air imbued with dew from the orange blossom combined with the freshness of orange peel against a background of orange wood and amber.
 
The essence: Tunisian orange flower absolute, mandarin orange, petitgrain lemon, neroli, amber and Indonesian patchouli.
 
The olfactory image: Natural, transparent and sincere. A festive manifest of vitality. 
 
Citrusy
Top Note: Orange Blossom, Orange
Heart Note: Petitgrain, Neroli
Base Note: Ambergris, Patchouly
 
 
THE RAW MATERIALS
by Ramón Monegal
As a result of having worked with the most extensive palettes of the best raw materials available and provided by the most prestigious international suppliers, Ramon has a background and experience that allow him to combine the most advanced processing techniques with some of the most ancient and classical, as the true infusions that take years or the macerations of different components, obtaining truly unique and hard to replicate fragrances.
 
Moreover, along with the best raw materials available, he has an extensive range of natural extracts, bases and molecules of his exclusive property, fractions of iris on cedar, a vetiver root from Haiti, an amazing Russian leather base, a unique cocktail of musks, among many others.
 
The inkwell
Inspiration, quality and features.
The main source of inspiration for Ramón Monegal, apart from nature, is literature —from the wealth of prose to the succinctness of poetry. He turns words into notes, phrases into chords, stories into compositions, and the ink, the ethyl-lyrical component and of all events, into imagined perfume.
 
In tribute to his source of inspiration and making use of the most luxurious materials, the perfumer has designed an inkwell, lovingly referred to as Mon encrier, as an iconic perfume recipient, an object of desire, a single bottle that houses all of the soul and essence of his work.
 
Sticking to his principles that involved using the best materials, he chose semiautomatic handmade glass that allowed him to produce a flacon with a unique body, feel and presence; bakelite —a formaldehyde resin that was widely used in perfumery in the mid-twentieth century and he wanted to recover for its valuable characteristics of feel, sound and neutrality— for the lid and the presentation box; and, finally, bonding together glass and bakelite, a crimp made of zamak, an alloy that combines zinc, aluminium, magnesium and copper, and gives the flacon an unmistakably rich feel and sound.

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