The creation of the fragrance was inspired by a masterpiece of world musical art - the casta Diva cavatine from the opera Norma is perhaps the most famous and most complex opera aria of all time. She is an immortal symbol of not only sacrificial love, but also high singing art. The Libretto of the Norms takes us around the year 50 BC to Gaul, captured by the Roman legions of Caesar.
The protagonists are the high priest of the druids Orovezo, his daughter Norma, the high priestess and her secret husband, Roman proconsul Pollion. Norma and Pollion have two children, but he is passionately in love with another - Adalzhizu - the virgin of the temple of the Druids.
The famous aria “Casta diva, che inargenti” (“Oh goddess, your gaze is clear”), sounds before the assembled druids. Norma begins with an appeal to the moon and an appeal to the world. Then, when the choir performs its warlike exclamations against the Romans, and she sings - sings, as if alone, - about the love that she keeps in her heart to the proconsul Pollion.
You silver with a wondrous gaze
This centuries-old sacred forest.
Give us the face imperishable,
Clear light illuminate.
Tame passions burning,
And die bold
On earth, blissful peace
As in the sky, mount.
Floral, fruity, sweet, green, fresh, woody, musky
Top notes: marjoram, mandarin orange, green apple, passion fruit, cranberry, tea
Heart notes: orange blossom, lily of the valley, peony, lily, water lily, jasmine