Not for the timid or the shy, this fragrance is for the pirates who like their balmy evenings long, and who drink their Caribbean rum neat. A refreshing grog with a liquorous heart. A treasure-chest rich with saffron, aromatic davana and absinth. A dark night illuminated by the floral (jasmine, ylang, ylang, rose) Island breeze. And instead of gold and silver - the equally precious oud and noble woods (patchouli and cedar-wood), tempered only by rare vanilla and amber.
The appeal of sugarcane liquid-gold - as every merchant of the British West Indies knows - is that powered by the twice-daily rations of rum, the long sea-voyage is twice as fast. Back at the London docks, mysteriously, the barrels of rum turn, this time, into sacks of gold.