Fragrances are the key to our memories, but also to our dreams. Anyone who has ever lain with their eyes closed in the soft, mossy-wollen grass and breathed in the scent of freshly mown grass knows what an enormous power such a scent can possess. Dreaming very close to nature, feeling it, inhaling, touching, exploring with nose, mouth and hands feeling and tasting, feeling at one with the elements. The vastness of the African Serengeti, the endless grasslands of the tundra or the fascination of the Mongolian steppe - all this can be found in every inconspicuous blade of grass, no matter where it grows in the world.
The top note of SEPT.21.1966 reveals a surprising abundance of naturalness, touched by roasted aromas reminiscent of sunny hay as well as green grass chords. This unusual combination underlines the warm character that opens up under the mild freshness. The invigorating maté tea leaves give the tea a gentle astringency, while appearing buoyant and lively. Pink pepper berries and rhubarb gently round off the unusual arrangement and provide a delicate spice that appears contrasting and complex.
The heart of this intoxicating fragrance is mysterious and mystical. Cotton-soft, vanilla-scented heliotrope meets graceful magnolia blossoms that enchant with their filigree odeur. Earthy powderiness, with a hint of smoke in it, underlines the contrasting coexistence of the sophisticated creation. Creamy sandalwood nuances and precious wood chords in the base of SEPT.21.1966 provide touching, goose-pimple sensuality and majestic well-being. A minimal and carefully dosed breath of precious oud oil gives the green floral composition fascinating brilliance and radiant depth. Mystical, contemplative frankincense also provides an extremely high recognition value in the second fragrance of Rundholz Parfums and follows the olfactory red thread.
Once again, the renowned perfumer Arturetto Landi could be thanked for the trusting cooperation. He was also the one who created the first work. He was also the one who created the first work and who once before succeeded in realizing the roundwood visions olfactorily. He enjoyed this work with a lot of enthusiasm and well-founded expertise, which did not set him any budget limits. With SEPT.21.1966, the Italian created an invitation to pause, to attentiveness and perception of the essential. Pure, unadulterated and genuine. The vibrating, velvety soft fragrance composition is an extraordinary and extravagant invitation to our dreams.
Top notes: pink pepper, rhubarb, maté
Heart note: Heliotrope, Magnolia
Base note: Dahn al Oud, Frankincense