DON GIOVANNI
Incense from Venice - Home reed diffuser

54,00 €

Incense from Venice


We have imagined a perfume evoking both the water of the canals, mirror of our souls, but also the incense perfume escaping from the churches whose doors are left open.

Thanks to its natural marrow, the fragrance is diffused by capillarity in your room to create a subtle and delicate olfactory ambience. The fragrance evaporates smoothly. Do not forget to return the stems regularly for a more intense diffusion.

Capacity 6 oz

Flip Reeds Every 1-2 Weeks

Natural Rattan Reeds absorb the perfume, releasing it slowly through your room.

To intensify fragrance, invert reeds once a week. Usually lasts 2-3 months but there are many factors that determine how long your home reed diffuser can last, including air conditioning, humidity, heating, direct sunlight, the width and length of the reeds.

The reed diffuser sticks can be flipped when you want an extra burst of fragrance or when you notice there is no scent. Do not ingest the perfume. Do not light reeds. Keep out of reach from children and pets.

Some fragrances may cause the diffuser base to turn cloudy. This is sometimes caused by the natural materials in the fragrance we use.




Olfactive Score :

  • Top: Calone, elemi
  • Middle: Labdanum, fumencens, gurjum
  • Base: Benjoin, cedar, styrax

Perfumer : Philippe Poissonnier

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OUR INSPIRATION FOR DON GIOVANNI

As a teenager, I was deeply impressed by the film directed by Losey in 1979. Ruggero Raimondi portrayed a Don Juan both sensual and cruel in enchanting settings. Later, while strolling in Venice, I rediscovered this atmosphere filled with mysteries; the scent of incense in churches, the stone of ancient villas, and the misty canals became a source of inspiration to evoke the fragrance of Don Giovanni. A mythical character in literature, Don Juan continues to fascinate us as an eternal myth that resonates with our intimate concerns: Eros and Thanatos, God, time, eternity, and our human nature.