The enjoyment of the pleasure, a genuine “joie de vivre” that towards the end of the nineteenth century, following a wave of optimism, regenerating the great European capitals.
Even ladies, regularly attending the Cafes had fun by imitating the gestures and clothing of those women who drove so crazy their men... the “Sciantose”. A full-Italian folk, which flavour delivers pleasure to everyone. Unconventional ingredients such as black cherry, laurel and anise make the scene at the curtains opening. Fragrance heart’s flowers as heliotrope, altea and iris reproduce in surprisingly realistic way the smoky-powdery atmosphere in the cafès tying with benjoin, patchouly, vanilla and the final musk.
OLFACTORY FAMILY: GOURMAND
It is thought to have been referred to by the Romans of the area, as far back as 200 BC, as Puccino. The first documented mention of Prosecco come...