No journey to Cuba is complete without a rich cup of coffee, which is why we included a subtle note of it in our new, Havana-inspired fragrance, Añoranza.
And it’s not just any note. Keep reading to learn more about it…Read More
Gino Percontino is the craftsman behind Añoranza, inspired by the Havana that exists only in a dream. And indeed, that’s how it exists for Gino—he has never been to the Cuban capital, though he has spent plenty of time in the Caribbean, experience that helped inspire his execution of that ethereal concept. The end result is stunning: floral and fresh, somehow reminiscent of mojitos and the salt of the sea and sensual nights spent dancing on cobblestone streets…
We wanted to hear how he did it. Gino was kind enough to give us a little of his time. Keep reading to see what he told us, including how his research for Añoranza included a little trespassing, and why it was like bottling paradise.Read More
Our tenth and newest fragrance, Añoranza, conjures the Havana of our dreams (and, we hope, yours), thanks to a pair of unique flowers, each of which embodies our Cuban inspiration in its own way. One is literally the national flower of Cuba. The other is an unusual jasmine that our perfumer discovered while trespassing in the Caribbean. (That’s a whole other story.)
Keep reading to discover the amazing backstory behind these two special flowers.Read More
Perhaps you’ve noticed that most fragrances prominently list their notes somewhere. On the packaging, on their website, on the materials included with the perfume… somewhere. Maybe even all of those places.
Perhaps you’ve noticed that we do not.