The fragrance is inspired by Venice and its famous “Briccole”. The “Briccole” are oak (sometimes larch) wooden poles that delimit the navigable areas in the lagoon canals of Venice. About every twenty years, the “Briccole” must be replaced because they have deteriorated from the saltiness and above all from the erosion of a marine mollusk (Teredeo navalis) that feeds on wood.
The fragrance is as fresh as a sea breeze, as sensual as the oriental spices that the merchants of the Serenissima brought to Europe. Venetiae tells the magic of a unique city in the world and its fascinating history. A fragrance that opens with iodized and citrus notes of bergamot and lemon, evolves into floral (lavender) and Mediterranean (myrtle and seaweed) aromas and closes in a woody and musky finish.
Head Tones: Bergamot, Geranium.
Heart Tones:Saffron, Damask Rose, Jasmine.
Base Tones: Musk, Vanilla, Amber, Patchouly.
The duration of a fragrance depends on the size of the environment in which it is found, its temperature, direct sunlight and air currents that can accelerate evaporation.
Follow our tips to have an optimal performance of your diffuser and to make the fragrance last longer.
Always keep the level in the diffuser for at least half of its content avoiding that the amount of oxygen in the bottle affects the evaporation rate too much.
Place the Diffuser on a stable surface; after removing the cap it is recommended to use a funnel to pour the fragrance; after pouring the fragrance it is recommended to clean the diffuser with a slightly damp cloth; replace the cap and the diffuser is immediately ready for use.
Keep the fragrance as far as possible from heat sources and direct light sources.