“But if my words be seed that may bear fruit Of infamy to the traitor whom I gnaw, Speaking and weeping shalt thou see together. I know not who thou art, nor by what mode Thou hast come down here; but a Florentine Thou seemest to me truly, when I hear thee…”
Antenora was named after the man who betrayed Troy to the Greeks but this fragrance is really about the sweet smell of the corridors of power which is big reward, yet still Mediterranean and so alluring. Italian damnation at its best with thick elements of suavity and luxury. Cypress essence with a hint of sweet earth, a distant and indistinct blossom, a smooth creamy underscore of a light creamy almost ozone modifier topped off with Chinese incense.