Sideris was born during a walk along a Mediterranean beach in Liguria (Italy) at night.
The moment was so beautiful that one could feel like floating in the air, between the sea and the stars in the sky. Sideris is a paean dedicated to the last night star "In the Morning You Always Come Back" a poem written by the author Cesare Pavese for the American Actress Constance Dowling.
Notes: Incense, cistus labdanum , Corsican Myrrh, White Pepper, Saffron, Turkish Rose, Rose Ayrshire Splendens, Sandalwood, Benzoin, Waxed Woods
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2015
This is a very delicate, spicy, and powdery scent. In winter months it’s very dry, and I’ve found that the tea quality really comes through. During warmer months it’s more vanillic and has a sappy, resinous smell. It’s totally unique and feminine in an unexpected way. If I had to pick one word to describe Sideris it would be intimate. Whether that’s spiritual or sensual is entirely up to the wearer. One of my favorites!
Posted by Rickyrebarco on 3rd Jul 2014
This is a lovely incense fragrance, a bit different from any I had tried before, probably due to the sideris. While it is perfectly balanced and composed, the myrrh and labdanum are a bit bitter for my taste but many may like these notes.
Posted by Veronique on 18th Jul 2013
Sideris surpised me with its softness. On my skin, it is a lovely, feminine and slightly sweet scent with remnant of church incense. A versatile fragrance.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jan 2013
On my skin, this perfume warm. It has a slight spiciness and sweetness. I get almost no incense or rose. I find that I am smelling my wrist a lot. Will have to try a few more times to see if it's FBW.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jan 2013
Another winner from this line...beautiful soft easy to wear Incense with a slight sweetness on my skin. Warm woody dry down...this is Incense perfection.