Essenza di Pisa Rivage Men Eau de Parfum 50 ml / 1.7 oz.
ESSENZA DI PISA: Rivage MenThe counterpart to the wonderful women's fragrance does not follow it in any way and is nevertheless completely different. You almost want to dive into the turquoise scented experience - as in refreshing seawater. The recipe of Rivage Men from aquatic notes and strict sea grass, delicious star anise and absinthe (very concise) and spicy pepper as well as warm cedar wood and muscule sounds abstrus, but is divine. The result is a fresh-spicy, at the same time also distinctive perfume of selected quality. Like an unusual, memorable voice that can be heard in the chorus among hundreds. Parfumlounge judges: An extraordinary luxury perfume for all ages. Only for men? Not at all! Rivage Men also fits fantastically to strong women who are looking for the unusual fragrance experience. In the day and at night.
Parfumlounge Fragrance Pyramide: Rivage MenHead notes: lime, aquatic notes, sea grass and algae
Heart notes: star anise, pink pepper and absinthe
Basic notes: Vetiver, Cedarwood and White Musk
Parfumlounge wiki: AbsintheAbsinthe is actually only in liquid form - namely, as famous-notorious vermouth liquor. The medicinal herb from the family of the daisy family is due to its bittering substances as digestive and immersive. Absinthe stands with its strongly fragrant flowers but also for a characteristic, sweet-spicy smell, the avant-garde perfumers have discovered new for themselves. At the end of the 19th century the brandy, with its high alcohol content, was the drink of the Bohéme des fin siécle - the thinker, literary and musician of that era of decadence and debauchery. The mixture of vermouth (bitter nutcracker), aniseed and fennel extract, as well as many other herbs, was said to have such a hallucinogenic effect that absinthe was temporarily forbidden in Europe and America. Renowned artists such as Hemingway, Picasso and van Gogh appreciated the liquor. The last one is said to have cut off even an ear in absinthe. The scent of absinthe is very succinct thanks to vermouth and anise, and is therefore also appreciated as a spicy admixture in the production of perfumes - without any noise.
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