In his work, poet Edgar Allan Poe, proclaims with a heavy heart his distress when faced with losses, answering each happy memory with: “Nevermore".
Calligraphed with a raven quill from the recesses of “Night’s Plutonian Shore”, his poem The Raven makes the concept of “now and forever” blossom, a true story steeped in legend.
On the poet’s birthday, January 19th, a mysterious visitor leaves three red roses and a flask of Cognac on Edgar Allan Poe’s tomb.
An enigmatic gesture, beautiful in its gratuitousness, a dark, baroque universe, purple roses and amber liquid … The Frapin House has drawn inspiration from this legend to create a new olfactory narration.
The notes include aldehydes, florazone, nutmeg, black pepper, rose, amber, Atlas cedar and saffron.
(quote via jovoyparis, additional information via bloom)