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Sicilian Leather

Eau de Parfum

Memo Paris

Eau de Parfum


Dear Yann, Do you like volcanoes? I have a crush on those found on islands like Etna in Sicily. I discovered this pearl of the Mediterranean, walked through the narrow streets of Palermo, Siracusa and Taormina, visited the Greco-Roman remains, loved the coastline and its burning vegetation. In front of a lemon Seltz, that typical Sicilian drink, made of soda, iced lemon, lemon juice and a pinch of salt, I thought about the power of the sparkling, aromatic and spicy that the island gave me. After I left, Etna woke up. He greeted me from afar. I would also like to tell you how much your presence moved me. As if it offered direct access to the mystery… that eruptive part that is often dormant. I would like to reveal it through a perfume, which is so good at bringing mysteries to life. And find, thanks to you, the formula for that intense expression, for that dance of fire that is familiar in the air. Compliments, Clara.

Olfactory Family

Olfactory families are used to classify scents according to their main olfactory characteristic.

  • Leather

Top Notes

Lasting 5-15 minutes.

  • Bitter Orange Oil
  • Italian Bergamot Oil
  • Persian Lemon Oil
  • Italian Cider Oil
  • Coriander Seed Oil
  • Indian Cardamom Oil

Heart Notes

Lasting up to 2-4 hours.

  • Fir Balm
  • Violet Leaves Chord

Base Notes

Lasting more than 4 hours.

  • Moroccan Cedar Wood Oil
  • White Leather
  • Guaiac Wood Oil from Paraguay
  • Patchouli Oil from India
  • Akigalawood
Learn more about the Fragrance Classification.