Royal Perfume Irish Crown
What if the Kingdom of Ireland was a perfume pyramid? Well, you will need an abundance of ingredients, because the irish air is woven from a variety of weightless, full-bodied and recognizable scents. Located among steep and impregnable rocks, Ireland is a romantic kingdom. But this is not the sweet romance of Disney fairy tales with recognizable images of princesses, but an elven fairy tale with gnomes, leprechauns, giants, trolls, Vikings, mythical creatures and extraordinary beauty sorceresses living in incredible castles with conical spiers.
In the new perfume and jewelry collection by Merry Belle ‘Crowns of the World’ this distinctive and separate European kingdom is represented by an exquisite perfume, framed by a superlative bottle in traditional green tones, emphasizing the second name of Ireland – the Emerald Isle for the fact that it is immersed in greenery. The Irish say that the grass on their island has 40 shades of green.
The Celtic royal heritage has given the world the smells of centuries-old oak whiskey-distilleries overgrown outside with lush moss, the incense of the abbeys with a heavy bouquet of myrrh, patchouli, roses and sandalwood, as if drowning in tar. All of this olfactory medley is saturated with a million shades of woody notes and herbs.
The Crown of Ireland is a fragrant portrait composed of many fragrant strokes.