Spirito is a perfume for the Spring and Summer warmer seasons.
Spirito olfactory pyramid is the following:
angelica, chamomile, carrot, herbaceous note
cypress, myrtle, hyssop, notes of paper
cedarwood, vetiver, musk, guaiac tree, elemi, absolute essential oils of Tonka beans
The poetics behind Spirito by Meo Fusciuni is inspired from the American poetess Emily Dickinson and it tells the meeting between poetry and nature, making a perfume brightly deep and intense with a long persistence.
"Spirito is running in a green grass field through the wind."
Meo Fusciuni Spirito is part of the Metamorphosis Cycle
"I was looking for a single body, all I wanted was a sense of balance around me and the perennial delicacy of this fragrance, of its Spirito. None of the notes that I selected sought to dominate the other.
I wanted a timeless fragrance, one in which your gaze became lost in the olfactory memory of this journey to a place that I had never seen. A place that only Spirits could reach.
After Little song, I had a strong desire to get away, to escape for a spring or summer day, but I couldnt and so I imagined a big field blooming with flowers. I wanted to recreate a place I had never seen. I was joined by the poetry of Emily Dickinson, by her words and her images. I saw that place. It felt nearby, like it was mine."