Meo Fusciuni’s first work takes us to a delicate and vibrating journey.
It has its origin in Istanbul, the Eastern Gate, with a note of black pepper the magic of bazaars, homesickness, the delight of holy places. The perfume takes shape inside its mixture and metamorphosis.
Rites de passage finds its way in the metamorphosis, from the head note of black pepper, grapefruit and bergamot, to the heart note of ylang-ylang and geranium.
The deep base note and intimate prayer of incense, the vetiver takes root in the ploughed, devastated land, and the red, pulpy sandalwood gushes from the earth and bears the divine resins and the sweetness of benzoino, the power of patchouli.
Topnote: Grapefruit, Black Pepper, Bergamot
Heartnote: Ylang-Ylang, Geranium, Rosewood
Basenote: Benzoin, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Frankincense