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Indulge in the ULTIMATE Rose Experience. All the features of the 'Classic Perfume Harvest Tour', PLUS 3 more outstanding features: (1) rose water infused food, (2) recreated perfumes of Marie Antoinette, Napoleon Bonapart and Cleopatra, and (3) special showing of our 'atomizer' museum pieces.1. Enjoy elegant samplings of edible delicacies infused with rose water that includes rose hip jam, Turkish delight, baklava and rose water sorbet. We'll also have a champagne toast, we call it the 'rose sparkler'. Yum!
2. Experience the scents enjoyed by royal historical figures. These recreations are hand crafted using the techniques characteristic of those bygone periods. First, is a rare sample of a limited edition perfume, "M.A. Sillage de le Reine", commissioned by France's Versaille Museum. This is a first of its kind perfume -created 2007 from a lost perfumers recipe for Marie Antoinette, by noted perfumer Francis Kurkdijan and and was painstakenly made only with 100 percent natural ingredients. Second, is a colonge created by an manservant to Napoleon Bonapart when he was banished to the island of St. Helene in 1815. Cosmalia recently recreated this home-made imperial cologne with the authorization from the owner of this original manservant's diary . Third, is the scent called 'Susinon' that Cleopatra Ptylomy most likely used. This fabulous fragrance was purportedly used by Cleopatra on the purple sails of her royal barge, perfuming the air, when she successfully seduced Mark Anthony. Our Susinon is the very same as created for Denver Art Museum's KING TUT exhibit of 2010.
3. Lastly, for your perusal and delight is a viewing of our collection of purse size atomizers, several are 100 years old and some truly works of art. Some of these atomizers were used by the 'flappers' in the 20's and the chic during the art deco 30's. Very nostalgic.
This tour can only be described as exquisitely unique. Two days only, at the PEAK of flower production. Limited to 14 lucky quests. $50 per person. Last year it filled up quickly, don't wait.
RESERVATIONS are required to secure your spot.
Photos courtesy of Mikala Kennan.