Off the beaten tracks, heading out to the solitary mountain paths, you can breathe the woody aromas that the PARCO1923 Eau de Toilette recreates with natural simplicity. From the study of endemic raw materials, the botanists of the Park have contributed to the creation of a graceful and lively fragrance, whose soul is composed of the mysterious essence of Laburnum, a flower that is lethal for humans but beneficial for animals, from the lively Honeysuckle and the intense Broom.
A bouquet of spontaneous flowers embellished with the beneficial effects of Juniper and wild Angelica, the rare Iris and Musk. In the bottom notes, the enveloping notes of Beech wood, the tree that symbolize the Park and its ancient traditions, give a rough and primitive touch that evokes the freedom of the unspoiled nature.
To underline the close link with the territory that PARCO1923 represents, the bottle with sober and essential lines is surmounted by a beech wood cap and a ring in “Pietra Gentile” (Gentle Stone), a material used for centuries in these lands for the construction of noble palaces and ancient churches. With each vaporization, the porosity of the stone jealously captures the molecules that would otherwise be dispersed in the environment and, once the bottle is exhausted, the stone ring can be removed and stored, continuing to release the fragrance.