The fragrance etymologically derives from the Latin per-fumum which literally means “by means of smoke” a practice that reveals its magical and mysterious origin dating back to the ancient rituals of burning oils and incense as an offering to the gods and ancestors involving the transformation of a substance into something airborne through nebulisation.
Over the centuries the creative activity of the perfume became increasingly complex, turning into a real wonderful art, a Ars Mirabile Profumatoria until Caterina De’ Medici tied to it imperishable in the centuries its name, which his creative, inspiring and patron, raising it to lofty levels. The Ars Mirabile fragrances are inspired by the life of Caterina and the secrets of this art that she has cultivated and cherished for years.
The 6 fragrances of Ars Mirabile line are Alma Blanca, Alma Nera, Filtro d’Amore, Lato Oscuro, Oblio dei Sensi, Canto dell’Angelo.
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