Baltasar del Alcázar (Seville, 1530 – Ronda, 1606) was a beloved Spanish poet of the Golden Age.
In the coolness of a Mudejar courtyard appears the memory of a Sevillian poet who embodies the Golden Age.
The scent of green oranges and mint wafts gracefully through the air.
The rustle of musky bitter orange leaves augurs a radiant and spicy Andalusian spirit.
Top notes: green orange, elemi and mint.
Heart notes: green tea, grapefruit, neroli and bitter orange leaves.
Base notes: cedar, musk and patchouli.