viridis [viridis]. A quadrupled green in natural green, electric green, mythological green and expressionist green.
A pathway around various sounds of this colour, the ideal leitmotiv looking for its direction through plant archetypes. Its opening is the photograph of happy daily life with open nostrils, a domestic picture, the sound of free gardens and in full independence. Running at top speed through laurel bushes amplifies this fragrance’s breath in a forest reverberation with intense accents, an almost tangible aura. From this small fenced-off paradise, the fragrance moves to where nature becomes wilder, impossible to tame.
We are in the heart of Mediterranean bush, between a breath-taking green expanse and the most ancient sylvan beauty in the world. On top is thyme, followed by lavender, rosemary, mauve, green aniseed.
It is in a mythological and contemplative corner which is consolidated by the wind-beaten air. Viridis evokes endless plant expanses, so intensely that infuses a true three-dimensional olfactory element, the aromatic equivalent of an imaginary landscape. With a florid, vigorous and balsamic inclination, Olfactory poetry is green, viridis.