One of Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella's best-loved Eau de Cologne, Muschio Oro is a reinterpretation of the noble essences that have defined such a large part of the history of perfumery. A floral and musky olfactory construction recounts the refinement and kaleidoscopic world of the apothecary's very art.
The top notes contain a skillfully calibrated bouquet of white flowers. The middle continues the discovery with ylang ylang, neroli, iris and lily of the valley, portraying the floral nature between poudrè and luminescence. Lastly, the base notes with vanilla, tonka bean, cedarwood and musk. The journey is now complete. The enigma? Still remains.
Olfactory Family: Floral - Musky Oriental Notes
Top: Bouquet of White Flowers
Middle: Ylang-Ylang, Neroli, Iris, Lily of the Valley
Base: Vanilla, Cedarwood, Tonka Bean, Musk
ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), BENZYL SALICYLATE, LINALOOL, HEXYL CINNAMAL, COUMARIN, HYDROXYCITRONELLAL, GERANIOL, BENZYL BENZOATE, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, CITRONELLOL, FARNESOL, ISOEUGENOL, CI 15985 (FD&C YELLOW NO. 6), BENZYL ALCOHOL, LIMONENE. The ingredient list of our products can be updated. We therefore invite you to always consult the ingredients list on each package.
I bought 2 item.I nixed.Smell likes one item.so smoth.
I bought this last year in Italy at the Florence SMN Profumeria, the best-smelling place in the world. The perfume specialist helped me find this immediately based off my brief but informed description of exactly what I needed. I've been using Chanel Noir for 15 years and it smelled like rubbing alcohol in comparison. I get constant compliments on it and I'm never going back, apart from trying other musky warm scents from SMN.
I encountered this delicious scent 20 years ago . I have never forgotten it and have never found anything even close to matching this fragrance. Today, I found the box from my original purchase and immediately went online to see it was still available. I have placed my order and will be anxiously awaiting to be reunited with memories of Florence and the heavenly smell.