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Irish Leather - Memo -Eaux de Parfum
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Irish Leather - Memo

205 €
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Wednesday, 18/12/2019

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  • Memo
This is one of those rough and icy morning. The sun can barely penetrate heavy gray clouds. The air is crisp but dry and the wind rolled under my clothes. The wind battering the grass clinging to my boots. I walk into the barn and away the wooden doors of the cabinet of the upholstery, I release her burning smell of leather, wood, amber and honey. His millennial smell is quite different in the atmosphere morning frost. My horse whinnied softly. It's the scent of freedom. The leather seems to assemble the wind, the grass heats with wood, Irish Leather gallops towards the horizon. Olfactory pyramid: pink pepper, clary sage oil, juniper berry, green absolute mate, vernal essence, concrete iris, tonka bean absolute, leather agreement essence of birch, amber agreement
Clara and John Molloy , the founders of Memo , met on a chairlift in 2005 , between heaven and earth , between two worlds, in this space conducive to bold weightlessness that opens horizons. Very quickly , they decided to undertake together a long journey . There will also be creative. Memo , they initiate in 2007 , is part of this adventure also olfactory collection which now has eleven flavors , it is a destination point of sensory epic. This choice is guided by their history and beliefs : John Molloy grew up in the Irish invigorating nature, close to the horses before around the world to learn about other cultures as leather and earth . On Andalusian origin , and therefore sensitive to external influences , Clara Molloy forged his taste for accents in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, Catalan and Swiss mountain pine , approaching the trip as a necessary breathing, an open book life.

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