The fragrances of the Mutis Nueva Granada brand ooze the languid and sensual atmosphere of those equatorial territories.
That feeling of suspension of time and expansion of space immortalized by Nobel Prize for Literature winner Gabriel Garcia Márquez, also a son of Colombia.
Thanks to the Magic Realism which pervades through his work, Márquez made his home country popular around the whole world.
Agua de Indias is the olfactory transposition of the orange sunsets that are a trademark of Cartagena. The city is a colonial jewel known throughout the world for the beauty of its Ciudad Amurallada, for the bright colors of its houses and for the sumptuous baroque style of its
palaces and churches.
Long declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, Cartagena was also celebrated by Gabriel Garcia Márquez in his unforgettable novels.
Agua de Indias is a balsamic, aromatic and intense fragrance, which recalls the scent of the wind blowing from the sea and carrying the salty mist of the waves mixed with the flowers of the trees that surround the old city.
Top notes: tomato leaves, vanilla, leather, benzoin and spices.
Heart notes: labdanum, clary sage, galbanum and iris.
Base notes: vanilla berries, sandalwood, tolu balsam, myrrh and moss.