In comparison, this Barocko Home Scent is an interpretation of baroque music, adopting a major accord of Eau de Cologne, created 1695 on a lively, fresh and tonic citrus theme. It is contrasted with lingering base notes of balm and spice and takes on a fanciful and irregular shape that is terribly baroque.
Lime and Bergamot, Labdanum, Benzoin, Tonka Bean
"I wanted to create an astonishing blend one might find in the golden age of baroque, giving a starring role to Eau de Cologne created in 1695. A refreshing composition of tonic and citrusy major notes, it reveals a new facet of its identity. Melded with the subdued notes of benzoin, rockrose and spices, it grows richer, with greater depth and mystery."
Elisabeth de Feydeau