Baraonda - Nasomatto
Extrait de parfum
Baraonda is the spirit in the perfume bottle. It is a research that aims at evoking a powerful and percussive whisper caused by an olfactory stimulation in which everything and nothing meet.
The fragrance is inspired by Venedikt Yerofeyev's book "Moscow-Petushki". It captures the essence of a journey through Moscow to its suburbans by train. An unrestrained, ethereal poem, an ode to all that is drunk and the troubled consequences that follow.
Baraonda is a sensorial hurricane that surrounds you with a mixture of warm, aromatic notes, with a fruity aftertaste, reminiscent of the smell of old oak barrels. A parfum as delicate as it is expensive, combining the taste and aroma of a Single Malt Whisky, some kind of a daydream in which everyone reacts in their own way.
In this fragrance, to enhance the raw taste sensation, The Nose has used pure alcohol and high quality natural ingredients.
The Nose wanted to capture the undeniable connection between the senses of smell and taste. We can't feel the taste without smelling it before. Through the story of Yerofeyev, The Nose addresses the subject of everything and nothing.
In the book, the main character has nothing to lose, he is broke, he lives in terrible conditions and his only joy is drinking alcohol. Drinking
all sorts of alcohols even more than weird, he feels that his Nothing becomes his Everything.
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