TONATTO: Fior D'Arancio
Here, the name is program, but not everything: Fior D'Arancio smells like a blooming orange grove on Sicily. On the other hand, a flowery-soapy, extremely elegant fragrance complex unfolds behind the lemony freshness. He recalls the scenes of Visconti's film "The Leopard", shot in the noble ballroom of the Palazzo Gangi-Valguarnera in Palermo. And, in fact, you can almost hear the crystal chiming, touching the precious frescoes on the wall, the champagne on the tongue. Tonatto Fior D'Arancio, unbelievable, sensual moment, captures this splendid nobility. We at Parfumlounge recommend the distinctive damn air, especially elegant, mature women with great presence.
Parfumlounge Fragrance pyramid: TONATTO Fior D'Arancio
Head note: Orange blossoms
Heart note: Iris, lily of the valley and ylang-ylang
Basie note: White musk
Parfumlounge wiki: The leopard
The masterpiece of the Italian director Luchino Visconti is considered a true film jewel! It was shot by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa on the novel, and the Historiendrama illustrates the decline of the Sicilian nobility and the rise of the bourgeoisie at the time of the Italian unification movement around 1860. The history of the nobility of Salina is modeled in moving, magnificent images. Highlights are the ballet scenes at the Palazzo Gangi-Valguarnera in Palermo. It is located in Piazza Croce dei Vespri, in the historical city district of Kalsa. Visits are possible by prior registration.