Design: Francesco Paretti
Nose: Silvia Babucci
Scented candles made of a mix of natural wax, pure cotton wick, vase in borosilicate glass.
The lid should never be used to extinguish the candle, but only to keep external agents from the wax.
No words can describe the dramatic, languid sensation I felt the evening before as a spectator of Miyako Odori, the cherry blossom dance, when the mysterious Geiko, my imaginary companion, graceful yet beyond reach, languorously let fall her ceremonial dress.
A streaked, lithe cloud hit my nostrils as though I were breathing the very essence of those movements, an olfactory memory, a sour cherry ice lolly? No. What was it then? A liqueur? Raising my eyes, I discovered a splendid, majestic, flowering cherry tree, gracefully playing the part.
A symbol of perfect equilibrium, a round, sensual note. Kèrasos, a perfect blend of conviviality and transgression: cadenced by fruity and liquorous memories dressed with spices.
Kèrasos, Agricanto The Japanese symbol of prosperity, Kèrasos is a precious juice rich in minerals and salts that enhance depurative properties.
It smells sour cherry, but it is not only a fruity scent , it is also a blend of sugar, almonds, wild herbs and spices. A perfect balance of sensual, long-lasting and soft scents where conviviality and transgression get along and smell fruity and liquorous memories flavoured with spices.
A note of tasty round and fleshy sour cherry, yet sourish and not sweet due to a mix of herbs, spices and almonds that gives the fragrance a spicy tonality. It’s all about a perfect blend of fruity and spicy fragrance that makes Kèrasos as complex and intense as a vintage red glass.