Base Notes: Patchouli, Oud, Sandalwood, Musk, Oakmoss
"Ricinus, the castor oil plant, is a plant of extraordinary beauty which, like all the most beautiful things, conceals a hidden and fatal soul. This marvelous, ornamental plant, full of variegated colors and attractive fruits, capable of blooming the whole year round, was used by Lucrezia to decorate her gardens, that acted above all as secret refuges for its fearsome poison, masterfully hidden in the seeds of their attractive fruits. The fatal beauty of the plant was an inspiration for the secret plans of Lucrezia, who particularly loved this powerful poison because it left no way out for her victims. Even today no effective antidote for this poison has been found, just as there is no effective defense against the persuasive force of this precious fragrance that opens with the sweet and bitter fruity notes of energetic Sicilian bergamot and orange, with the sweetness of peach and red plum. The head notes echo powerfully, dancing sweetly on a heart of opulent flowers, on which emerges precious Jasmine embraced with white Iris and Peony chastised by the dreamlike dance of orange blossom. The entire creation is strongly supported by precious exotic woods, where the echo of Patchouli and Cambodian Oud stand out, expertly softened by the delicacy of Sandalwood and the freshness of Oak Moss. The narcotic potion is among the most fatal of the collection, enclosed in a precious creation that will leave no escape for those who smell it and wish to seduce."