Luci Ed Ombre
Act II Scene one
Masque Milano asks us to reflect inward with LUCI ED OMBRE Act II Scene 1. Perfumer Meo Fusciuni studies within to make his mark on this soulful fragrance; here the soul is interpreted using the idea of Chiaroscuro as his frame; this composition weaves variations of light and shadow via flower and incense. A cheerful palette opens and brings a fresh incense note that has a lively lemony silhouette. This juxtaposition stays energetic, and enlivened. Immediately the citrus and incense accord collides with a warm ginger note adding a pleasant sweet and spicy nuance to the deeper heart notes of tuberose and jasmine. Patchouli and cedarwood work together with incense to create a base that is balsamic and woody yet stays uplifted. Luci Ed Ombre is easily a day to evening fragrance, a modern day Caravaggio for the nose, what could be greater than this. If you are curious about incense fragrances this is the perfect place to start.