The name of the House of the Chaste Lovers (Casa dei Casti Amanti) in Pompeii originates from the “chaste” kiss exchanged by two lovers in one of the small paintings which decorate the triclinium of the house, which has an adjoining bakery.
In the fleeting top notes the Myrtle, as fragile as the promises of love, meets the preciousness of saffron, merging into an indomitable desire for eros.
The luxuriant notes of honey are exalted by the night breeze of jasmine that pervades the house of chaste lovers, among the frescoes, on the thalamus of rose petals.
The mysterious notes of incense and sweet vanilla blend with amber and labdanum that fades into the ancient aroma of agar wood, sealing the Castiamanti essence, expression of the rich Pompeii.
bay leaf, saffron, myrtle, jasmine, rose, honey, incense, white musk, vanilla amber, labdanum, agar wood (oud)