Gabriella Chieffo Quasicielo Eau de Parfum 100 ml
On the small, antique Chippendale table in the dressing room is an unusual perfume bottle with almost cognac-coloured contents. Like the bottle, the lid is cube-shaped, angular. It sits enthroned - made of solid granite-coloured stone and decorated with an eight-pointed star - on the glass bottle and seems to protect the precious contents. The fragrance, however, seeks its way. Fine, unusual, barely smelled nuances float through the room as if by magic, filling the adjoining bedroom and seeking support in the silky curtains. Close your eyes once more, feel the sensation this fragrance evokes. And then, with all the experiences and memories in your luggage, be ready to take new paths...
With the unisex perfume Quasicielo (almost heaven), designed in 2017, the eccentric fragrance designer Gabriella Chieffo remains completely true to her line. Like an unconventional chef, she mixes ingredients like an unconventional chef to create a completely new, unusually delicious mixture. Who says that Green Tangerine does not go well with hot ginger and fiery pepper and that the dish cannot be refined with sweet tonka bean and resinous-warm galbanum? The result is an expensive, luxurious and - as the name suggests - heavenly fragrance experience for her and him.
Quasicielo is reminiscent of the austere but absolutely ingenious Acquasala, the brand's mega-seller. However, Gabriella Chieffo is a little more conciliatory in her new creation, taking away the spiciness of the fragrance and adding a little warmth in return.
"Free yourself from conventions", the avant-garde perfumer invites us to discover new paths and discover the mystery of life.
Fragrance pyramid: Gabriella Chieffo Quasicielo
Top notes: Green mandarin, lime, fresh ginger
Heart notes: green pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, galbanum
Base notes: myrrh, frankincense, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, sandalwood
Fragrance dictionary: Galbanum
This is the name of the dried milky sap (rubber resin) from the root of the umbel plant Ferula Erubescens from the Middle East. Because galban resin was used in gynaecology, it is also called "mother resin". In the production of men's perfumes in particular, the resinous-warm-spicy scent has traditionally been used to fix other notes. Popular components are lavender or citrus fruits. In aromatherapy, galbanum has a calming and relaxing effect.