"Sala degli Uomini Illustri" ambiance perfume
From within the salons of Caffè Florian, where history has unfolded on both sides of the artistic glass windows, one breathes in and relives the warm and elegant atmosphere of times past. Caffè Florian has created four exclusive ambiance perfumes inspired by four Rooms of the Florian.
This collection of olfactive memories, composed of floral and fruit essences, intense as rich spices or refined as exotic woods, recreate the incomparable ambiance of this famous and historic Caffè.
Room of the Illustrious Men Marco Polo, Tiziano, Goldoni, Paolo Sarpi, Palladio, Francesco Morosini, Benedetto Marcello, Pietro Orseolo, Enrico Dandolo and Vettor Pisani: these are the men who built Venice’s fortune. Their eyes watch over this room, guarding its secrets and telling the tales of triumphs long forgotten.
An intense perfume with cinnamon overtones, inspiring and full–bodied as spices of the Orient, as striking as the great portraits present in the room.
Vapo 35 ml - 1,1fl. oz
In the world there are less than a hundred of Master Perfumers. It is through the very nature of their human craft, developed carefully over several years of study and application, that young perfumers become capable of identifying and memorizing hundreds of natural raw materials coming from every remote part of the world. Master Perfumers compose numerous ingredients, making it their personal quest to develop a fragrance creation which is beautiful and harmonic which will bond these two worlds: almost as part of a personal mission. The perfume is a precious, living and expressive medium that contains the world.
Lorenzo Dante Ferro is fortunate indeed to be one of these hundred Master Perfumers. Having rightfully earned his title, he is one of the very few independent creators and producers of fine fragrances for limited and exclusive distribution today. After acquiring extensive, international experience in the world’s most important centers of fragrance creation: Zurich, Grasse, London, New York and Paris, he chose to go back in Italy, in Venice, the city that had an important role during the beginning of the perfumer art.