Andalusian Soul, a daring creation of femininity, from The Merchant of Venice

Andalusian Soul, a daring creation of femininity, from The Merchant of Venice

From the best-selling Murano Collection of Perfumes comes the new Andalusian Soul, an audacious fragrance characterized by refined and fresh acacia, elegant and sensual vanilla, and intense amber, further enriched by touches of cistus and rum. The sublime mix of precious and refined raw materials is made even more fascinating by balsamic accords and aromatic sage.

This perfume is dedicated to the Muda di Barbaria and to the raw materials traded through it. This maritime route connected the Venetian republic with Morocco and southern Spain, trading mainly in savory herbs, resins, rosemary, orange blossom, and Indian sandalwood. The ambience expressed by this extremely feminine fragrance evokes the warmth and mystery of its sunny lands of origin. The elegant bottle, in shades of yellow and orange, is also reminiscent of the warm atmosphere of Morocco and southern Spain.

Andalusian Soul 50 ml and 100 ml EDPs are now available at Galeries Lafayette, Bloomingdale’s, Paris Gallery, and The Merchant of Venice Store in Dubai Mall, for AED 473 and AED 662 respectively.

ABOUT THE MURANO COLLECTION

This collection is composed by seven fragrances Eau de Parfum dedicated to mude (fleets of Venetian galleys), to the essential oils and to the raw materials imported by Venetian merchants from the far Orient. The spices, the aromas, and the rare essences were expertly selected by merchants from among those that were most aspired and precious. The masterly expertise of the time honored Venetian traditions turns an enchanted journey into a dream.

Price: AED 473 (50 ml)
AED 662 (100 ml)

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