Bruno Fazzolari launches Ummagumma

04th December, 2017

Bruno Fazzolari's latest fragrance, Ummagumma was inspired in part by a Pink Floyd album from 1969.

Notes include saffron, carnation, chocolate, tobacco, leather, labdanum, sandalwod, cedarwood, frankincense, tonka bean and vanilla


Fazzolari saya:

Among other things, Ummagumma refers to an infamously heady and weird Pink Floyd album from 1969. Chocolate and tonka bean create a euphoric gourmand opening melded with the richness of tobacco that gradually gives way to ambery labdanum, cedar and incense all warmed by soft musks. Perfect for a night out…or a night in.

Dark, rich, mysterious, intoxicating amber with chocolate, tobacco and woody notes. Loaded with real tonka bean absolute!

While stocks last, Ummagumma is accompanied by a hand-printed, limited edition serigraph. The print is an original serigraph hand-printed in a signed and numbered edition of only 50 copies.The drawing and design are by Bruno Fazzolari.

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      • Beck | 6th December 2017 02:03

        The album that made me start liking Pink Floyd.

      • IsoESuperman | 6th December 2017 12:20

        Currently a discussion thread here for anyone interested. More impressions to follow in the coming days.

        I'm quite excited to see what a Bruno amber smells like!

      • scentsitivity | 20th December 2017 00:54

        I absolutely love that Pink Floyd album (actually one live and one studio in a set). Really outstanding music that I like to this day.

      • hednic | 20th December 2017 00:59

        Recently tried it. Glad I had the opportunity.