From its electronic cloud emerge Madame Curie’s memories with the
palliative allure of medicinal herbs and tinctures in a field hospital during the Great War.
Its aroma, as gripping as vertigo, sharpens the mind and captivates like the thirst for
Intoxicating particles are emitted like Ambrette seeds from its dense, precious nucleus. Its
subliminal and devastating allure burns without flame, like Marie’s own scandalous love,
heady and intoxicating as liquor and tobacco. Vibrating with this passion is the
equilibrium between the robust, logic of an ultimate natural order, and a powerful instinct,
smelling like warm skin and whispering as sweetly as white musk - a tremendous error of chemistry.
Pepper, Red Berry, Cinnamon, Ambrette Seeds, Iris, Violet, Tonka Bean, Vetiver, Benzoin, Patchouly, Musk