Incense-like fragrance evokes the atmosphere of oriental palaces. Drawn to this rare element of nature's treasures, Giorgio Armani created Myrrhe Impériale embodying all the opulence of the Orient in a single, majestic fragrance.
Sprayed on pulse points, Myrrhe Impériale Eau de Parfum Intense inspires a sensual fragrance ritual. Myrrh and benzoin, two precious and natural ingredients extracted from ancient trees in Laos, Persia and East Africa, envelop the skin in distinctive notes. Myrrh is known for its musky, warm and smoky notes, while benzoin releases the scent of an incredibly balanced and smooth accord of milky vanilla.
Introduced by a spicy duo of pink peppercorns and a warm saffron note, the distinctive heart of myrrh is elusive and seductive at a time. The unforgettable and delicate benzoin fuses with ambery woods in a lingering base; an invitation on a fascinating voyage into the secrets of the Orient.
"La Collection des Mille et une Nuits" opaque and mysterious onyx-colored glass bottles are topped by a small golden sculpture. A design that is pure yet sensual and tactile, like a stone baked under the desert sun. Lift the cap to reveal the elixir within, while the fragrance's name is elegantly engraved on a golden plaque.
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"And Hasan uttered these words: 'If love be sweet, how more than sweet is myrrh'. He sighed until sunrise and then, in the morning air the perfume which should tell him of his heart's desire."
A voyage into the palace of Scheherazade, the rarified fragrance of myrrh floats enticingly through the air. The tale opens with spicy pink peppercorns and saffron, then unveils a mysterious heart of myrrh, and ends, with a seductive woody amber accord and enveloping benzoin.
100ml/3.38 fl. oz.