Friday, 14 February 2014

Dolce & Gabbana



This is a special species of White Amaryllis which grows solely in the Fynbos region of South Africa and has a rich and generous odour, where other white Amaryllis found elsewhere do not.
The name originates from the Greek word “amarysso”, meaning:  “I give light”. It has wide, trumpet blooms.
The buds grow at different speeds so each will have a different intensity of scent. Dolce blends this into a fragrance for the very first time. The rich, fulsome notes of the White Amaryllis were created using “Headspace Technology“, which captures the exact scent of the flower when it is in full bloom without having to cut it and grind the petals to extract the essential oil.

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