Dear lovers of exotic and unique scents, welcome to another unusually fragrant story on the Mr.M blog. After fashion, interesting travels and life topics, I decided to share with you my opinion whether there is love at first scent.
The historical question is about true attraction and is there really love at first sight? Have you ever thought about the elements of fatal attraction? what can really affect mutual attraction? Is it maybe someone’s scent, voice, gestures or something else?
Scientists claim that there are theories of fatal attraction that can be based on the theory of scents. The sense of smell (olfaction) is one of the most important senses for the first impression. We use this sense consciously. For example, to smell a flower…
On an unconscious level, our brain relies heavily on smell. When we eat, we recognize by smell whether that food is good or not. Smell is one of the deciding factors when we fall in love. We are not even aware of how much information our brain receives every day using only the sense of smell.
December is a special month when the real power of attraction is celebrated and there is always the famous dilemma: What is the ideal gift for the New Year?
Of course, there are many ideas and people are different, so the interests are different. That is why it is important to buy an impressive gift that will always remind them of you and some beautiful moments. People say that a smile is the best gift, but the perfume and fragrant notes it carries are unforgettable.
I’m sure you remember the Italian perfume house Tiziana Terenzi, I wrote about their unusual perfumes, which with their unique and exotic fragrant notes win the hearts of people all over Europe and the world. If you want to be reminded of my story about Tiziana Terenzi’s fragrant world, visit the following link.
V Canto is a new line of perfumes from the family company Cereria Terenzi Evelino, behind which proudly stand Paolo Terenzi and Tiziana Terenzi, who are also the founders of the perfume brand Tiziana Terenzi. The “Divine Comedy” of the famous Dante Alighieri served as the inspiration for the founding of the V Canto line, and this unusual line of parfait uniquely describes the love for the homeland and the roots.
Inspired by the verses and places mentioned in the work itself, a line of unique exotic perfumes was created. The first perfumes were introduced in 2015, and since then, the Terenzi family has not ceased to delight with their incredible fragrant collections.
Why are V Canto perfumes unique? Each of the perfumes has the task of taking each person on an unusual fragrant journey with its exotic notes. Seductive fragrant notes are in an unusual way to evoke the story of human nature and become a faithful companion.
If you want to meet a person, perfume is a “mirror” of a soul because the scents we wear are a reflection of our character, they depict a human being in its purest form.
V Canto fragrant notes carry with them the beauty of medieval poetry, true art and the human soul.
V Canto line has a large number of perfumes and scented candles, but this time I tried to find the right notes in the “fragrant paradise” of the Terenzi family that define my character and sensibility.
This line has 5 seductive collections of fragrant notes that will capture your heart, some collections are named after colors from Divine Comedy such as Blue, Green and Red, while two collections have special names such as Love Leaves and Souls of the Castle.
V Canto Isotta, a fragrance that is easy to remember and hard to forget! The purple color symbolizes nobility, wisdom, creativity, mystery and dignity, and therefore the Isotta packaging proudly has this color.
How did this idyllic fragrant creation come about and who served as the inspiration? This creation was inspired by one of the most important “souls” who ever lived in Gradara castle, Princess Isotta, the wife of Prince Sigismondo. A beautiful, charming and intelligent fatal woman, her behavior, only posture and manners were not only gentle and refined but also energetic. She was a sophisticated strategist, with unique skills in the art of diplomacy and war.
Wise and determined, able to command armies and rule with her Prince, she was as strong and determined as the essence of the perfume itself, which she used as a purely artistic inspiration.
- Top notes: Sorrento Lemon, Sicilian Grapefruit, Japanese, Spearmint, Eucalyptus
- Heart notes: Bulgarian Rose, African Geranium, Jasmine Absolute
- Base notes: Cedarwood, Vanilla Bean, Tonka Bean, Musk
These fragrant notes leave a gentle and persistent mark on its wearer. Unisex fragrant creation inspired by refined elegance and royal beauty.
Another fragrant creation I have chosen to brighten up my winter days is V Canto Malatesta. This creation is inspired by the essence of nobility and strength characteristic of the Malatesta family, one of the most important families in the history of Italy. The fragrant story begins with a bouquet of Italian citrus, where Sicilian orange and Calabrian mandarin sprout, accentuated with royal notes of oris.
The Florentine lily, as it is also known, is an essential symbol of the Italian nobility, and these iris roots are as rare as they are precious. This royal head rests imperially on a carpet of martial intensity that beats as if to the sounds of drums. The freshness of Italian lavender includes the softness of jasmine, while the strength of cedar and Tuscan leather is accentuated by sparkling pink pepper.
Who was the inspiration for the Malatesta perfume? The Malatesta were a noble Italian family, among the most important and influential in the Middle Ages. The most important of this tribal lineage was Malatesta da Verucchio, who, thanks to his military and political abilities, took the name Mastin Vecchio (old bulldog). His eldest son, Giovanni Malatesta (known as Gianciotto, Lord of Gradara), unfortunately became notorious in the tragedy of Dante Alighieri in the Fifth Canto of Inferno. Dante tells a love story between Gianciotto’s older brother Paolo and his beautiful wife Francesca. Eternal love that still resonates for centuries from the castle walls along and across the valley.
The most famous of all Malatesta was without a doubt Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, with whom the family reached the peak of its fame and fortune. This creation is inspired by the essence of nobility and strength characteristic of the Malatesta family, one of the most important families in the history of Italy.
What are the ingredients that make V Canto Malatesta perfume so special? Malatesta is a special harmony of fragrant notes and also belongs to the collection of the Soul of the Castle.
- Top notes: Sicilian Orange, Calabrian Mandarin, Lily of Florence, Orris
- Heart notes: Italian Lavender, Jasmine, Cedar of Lebanon, Pink Pepper, Tuscan Leather
- Base notes: Musk, Vanilla Bean, Cambodian Oudh, Agarwood, Red Patchouli
The basis of this creation lies in the royal strength and elegance, in which an alliance of precious trees emerges, such as Cambodian oudh, agarwood and Indian red patchouli accented with vanilla and musk berries. An elegant and seductive creation that sums up the spirit of the kingdom in just one drop of perfume.
Dear perfume lovers, we have come to the end of this special story about unusual V Canto perfumes. How did you like this fragrant story of mine today and a review of the unusual notes of V Canto Isotta and Malatesta perfumes? See you in a few days with some new interesting fragrant story about one iconic perfume from the Tiziana Terenzi collection that will capture your heart!
Perfume is a gift that will always be a good reminder for someone really thinks of you. It is a memory that does not fade, an unforgettable scent journey. If you really want to surprise someone for the New Year, you just need to think carefully and find the right fragrant notes of the person you are giving it to.
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From Belgrade with Love,