Ciro - Ptah
Ciro - Ptah
Ptah - an olfactive free spirit, created for those who are not limited by convention.
Language creates worlds. It moves, touches, changes and captivates in stories and history. Its god is Ptah, the ancient Egyptian god, the father of the gods and the source of all life. Like the spiritual creation of a novel that takes us into strange spheres, the power of words has remained. And to this day our language is the beginning of all our being and all what we become.
PTAH pays homage to the imagination that through the power word breaks all barriers – and is dedicated to those subtle aesthetes who passionately indulge in the temptations of independent thought.
Our lively imagination cools the citrusy freshness of bergamot which, in a duet with the herbwoody fruitiness of ginger accompanied by herbaceous sage, forms the top note. This leads to a smoky-powdery heart: Orris and incense, accompanied by dark green luminous geranium, which breathes delicate echoes of rose. The contrast between creamy vanilla spiced up by Tonka and masculine leather creates an ambivalence that is skillfully enhanced by the salty-grassy smokiness of vetiver.
Ciro - 1921. A star was born
Perfumes CIRO was created in New York during the Roaring Twenties by Jacob S. Wiedhopf, a visionary whose passion truly belonged to the world of fragrance. He brought Caron to America, was co-founder and first president of the Fragrance Foundation, and gave the world Parfums CIRO. A perfume collection made in France, which from the outset shone with audacity and uncompromising quality and is therefore considered one of the first niche fragrance brands of the olfactory avant-garde. Parfums CIRO captivated fragrance lovers throughout the world. In the nineteen sixties the brands last fragrance appears, which until the nineteen sixties the brand had launched over two dozen creations.
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