I composed this fragrance for an Italian stylist, inspired from his collection.
He declined and thought the perfume too audacious and feared that his customers were not mature enough for this perfume. But I had fallen in love with it. I decided that a scent so near to my soul should not remain hidden.
Its name is Gringo, a fragrance with which one does not pass by unnoticed.
I started it from an unsettling base for a true flibustier, an aboardage perfume that I produce exclusively for a friend. It is made with patchouli, Frankincense and peppermint. I rounded it and settled it with Sandalwood, enriched it with the precious aromas of Vanilla, Rose and Castoreum, and finally I lightened it with the Lemon from Sicily, fresh and joyous.
The result is a perfume that touches the soul by its intrepid sweetness and sensuality, adapted for a truly gallant and refinely elegant buccaneer.
This is the soul of a real pirate that the stylist recognized his young and trendy customers were lacking. Through their clothes they wanted to appropriate only the image of an adventurous corsair, while this perfume exudes his very soul.