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Home Fragrance Diffuser “Isola di Montecristo”, a Refuge of Beauty and Magic

Home Fragrance Diffuser “Isola di Montecristo”, a Refuge of Beauty and Magic

Home Fragrance Diffuser “Isola di Montecristo”, a Refuge of Beauty and Magic

A sanctuary of nature where heath and rosemary grow in the shade of holm oaks, surrounded by a sea the colour of intense green and azure. The island of Montecristo is a protected paradise, open to only a few visitors every year, a natural reserve which represents the most remote treasure of the Tuscan Archipelago, enchanted by many a history and legend, starting from the famous novel “The Count of Montecristo” written by Alexandre Dumas. If it is true that every travel is an escape from daily life, this island represents the destination “par excellence”, a coffer of biodiversity suspended between land and sea, awaiting only to be discovered and remembered.

A travel in time, the magical arrival of the senses to a timeless place. As if it were a constellation, the Tuscan Archipelago guides travellers along a route of wonder, inviting them to enjoy its jewels of untamed nature, made of Mediterranean plants and familiar horizons, of ancient craftsmanship and immortal traditions. The Home fragrance diffuser “Isola di Montecristo” brings into your daily lives the memory of this distant yet very close balance, the sensation of freedom you may only breathe in on an island such as this one, and it does so through a woody fragrance based on the strong notes of juniper and cypress, meant to heighten seduction, sweetened by iris, jasmine and rose flowers, to evoke enchantment.

Hints of leather and tobacco, woods and resins narrate the experience of a place inhabited since prehistoric times, while nuances of incense and berries of the strawberry tree describe its intimate atmosphere, befriended by silence. A refuge where every beauty melts into the other, in a synthesis of secret impressions, sheltered by memory as if they were precious stones, just like the seven gems of the Tuscan Archipelago.


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