Cassanova by Tiziana Terenzi
The most romantic stop on this wonderful journey is Venice, where the fire of seduction still burns in the fireplaces of the beautiful eighteenth-century buildings, mysterious villas of undiminished charm, frequented by the famous Casanova whose presence can still be felt, if you pay proper attention to small signs. The memory of a winter's evening during the famous Carnival in Venice, inspired by a mysterious and ethereal Muse, the City of Doges. The night's air seeped in perfume, heated by the scents of bonfires that light up the streets and Piazza San Marco. A dance of sensory emotions, accompanied by a beautiful and mysterious Lady, her face hidden by a precious golden mask, like the bottle that contains this valuable and secret essence. Letting yourself be overcome is your only defence in the face of such persuasiveness. This perfume tells of places of beauty and seduction, through its complex and fluctuating structure, which is entrusted to the rare and precious ambergris. A subtle journey through a city that inspires love and eroticism, through the paths described by Casanova in his memoirs: memories of amorous adventures with the stunning backdrop of a city so ethereal that it lives floating on water.