Ballare: to dance


The “promenade serale.” An evening promenade. An opportunity to take a deep breath and take in the sights and sounds of your surroundings. On warm summer nights in exotic places, they are often characterized by the smell of flowers that bloom in the hours of the evening.

Ballare captures the feeling of those evenings. The top note is night-blooming jasmine, grounded by ylang ylang (which also releases its strongest scent at night). Roman chamomile brings a fruitiness. Amber, patchouli, and sandalwood hold the warmth that the summer sun leaves in the trees and the earth after it sets.

But it is when you get back home that the real dance begins. Jasmine, the alluring king of flowers, awakens passion. Sweet Roman chamomile soothes the nerves. Amber is a warm embrace. Patchouli intoxicates.

Let Ballare guide the push and pull necessary to create a harmonious dance that you and your partner will remember forever.


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