FAVONIUS was a Roman nomen, meaning “favorable”. It applied to a number of Roman mythological and historical figures.
The gentlest of the winds, FAVONIUS is known as the fructifying wind, the messenger of spring. He held dominion over plants and flowers.
The Roman poet Horace writes:
quid fles, Asterie, quem tibi candidi primo restituent vere Favonii?
Why do you weep, Asterie, for the man whom the bright west winds will restore to you at the beginning of spring?
In this ?rose & oud? dominant perfume exclusively created for HARRODS by NISHANE, the rose and the incense notes complement each other with a very balanced touch of oud. The effect of the opening comes from an incense note which goes with flow and pleasures the continuity.
bergamot – pink pepper – incense?
gerenium – cypriol -?rose – armoise – clary sage?
oud – cedarwood – patchouli – sandalwood
Extrait de Parfum
100 ml ? 3.4 FL.OZ. SPRAY