The beauty of the dream-like world of Arabesque is embodied in the nobility of the blue and gold bottle of this fragrance, an aromatic creation of a thousand facets.
The overwhelming combination of tobacco leaves, sweet notes of plum, and frizzy ginger make the fragrance attractive at the very first hint of its head note.
The heart note discloses a warm accord of cinnamon and cedarwood, both exalted by vetiver in the base note and further softened by a delicate musk.
Arabesque by The Merchant of Venice is a Amber Woody fragrance for women and men. Arabesque was launched in 2015.
Top notes are ginger, tobacco leaf and plum;
middle notes are cinnamon, tonka bean and cedar;
base notes are benzoin, vetiver and musk.
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