Roberto Cavalli Paradiso was conceived by master perfumer Louise Turner (Givaudan). An exquisite woody floral, it is a symphony of sun-filled notes inspired by the Italian landscapes.
The new fragrance from the house of Roberto Cavalli speaks of the kiss of water and sunlight on one’s skin, of the evanescent smell of jasmine. An uplifting and stimulating fragrance, it radiates delight and happiness. A resounding ode to sensuality and seduction, it encourages us to seize the moment and fully enjoy the pleasures of this earthly paradise.
A titillating prelude of sparkling citrus blends generous bergamot and sweet mandarin orange, catching the attention and rousing the senses. It is a fresh and joyful opening, bursting with life and light. A carnal heart note of wild jasmine follows, bringing a lush overtone of voluptuousness and sensuality.
The fragrance closes on a rich and delicate chord of cypress, pink laurel and parasol pine. A refined mix of typically Italian scents, it prolongs and amplifies the mesmerizing effect of jasmine and creates a long-lasting woody trail.
Top Note : Bergamot and Sweet Mandarin Orange
Heart Note : Jasmine
Base Note : Chord of Cypress, Pink Laurel and Parasol Pine
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