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"Belladonna was considered a “woman’s poison” as the wives of Roman emperors Augustus and Claudius used it to kill their husbands. It was also used as eye drops by women in historical societies because it would dilate the pupils which was seen as a desirable and sensuous effect.— Mark Behnke

A burning chimera of morning dew, honeyed beeswax, cognac-tinged plum, drunken tuberose & sueded musk.  

Accords: Blackcurrant, Violet Water, Plum, Sultanene, Cognac, Styrax Pyrogene, Ambrette Seed, Sampaguita (Asian Jasmin Sambac), Honey, Purple Iris, Tuberose, Patchouli, Labdanum, Suede, Saffron, Beeswax, Sandalwood, Vetiver

Classifications: Floral (Fruity), Amber, Spicy


Venetian Belladonna Eau de Parfum 50ml Bottle

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