German niche line Linari has launched Stella Cadente (shooting star), a new fragrance.
Shooting stars (stella cadente) fly through the night sky of Marrakesh in a market full of flowers, spices and fruits ...
A multi-faceted, oriental bouquet of fruity Calabrian bergamot, tangy citrus, Italian violet, spicy-green galbanum and Guatemalan cardamom, melts together in the heart note with rich flowery accords of Turkish rose, Egyptian jasmine, precious ylang-ylang and clove oil, contrasting with the spicy aromas of Canadian pine, cinnamon, West Indian amyris and bay leaf. The base carries a powdery sweet note created from Madagascan vanilla, musk, Indonesian patchouli and balsam of Peru, with just a hint of Haiti vetiver and Spanish labdanum.
Stella Cadente was developed by perfumer Mark Buxton; additional notes include spearmint, thyme and violet.
Linari Stella Cadente is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.