"Orzare" stands for "to luff" in Italian. Anluven is a term from the seaman's language. When luffing up, the bow of a sailboat is moved in the direction of the wind; this causes the wind to blow in front of the boat - so the side from which the wind is blowing changes. This change of course and perspective stands in Parfum Orza for a new perspective that arouses astonishment - and brings new challenges with it.
Orza starts with a rich explosion of fruits: Green apples, Calabrian mandarins, red plums from Romagna, coconuts and forest fruits from the Dolomites are caressed by Mexican magnolias and the intensely sensual scent of an enchanting Himalayan orchid. When luffing the heart note, flowers of Indian jasmine, Bulgarian rose and lily of the valley shine.
After this detour into the sea of flowers, the perfume luffs up again - and sets course for Australian sandalwood, amber, benzoin, ... and a deliciously sweet melange made from white musk, caramel and Madagascar vanilla.