The emotional journey of Locherber Milano brought them to Australia. Banksia is a fragrance inspired by the Australian wild flower of the same name.
The fragrance, aromatic, woody and spicy, opens with balsamic notes of Australian eucalyptus and grapefruit, then evolves into more flowery nuances of monoi, frangipane and boronia. The finish is intense and enveloping with woody hints of Australian sandalwood and cedar wood and spicy vetiver and Banksia nectar.
Also from a chromatic point of view Banksia recalls the fascinating Australian lands: the bottle in opaque glass, painted by hand, is deep dark brown, turning towards purple when light reflects on it, to recall the Banksia flower. The cap has a refined brushed copper ring that protects the wood from any residual perfume. The jacquard fabric label recalls the texture of the cone.
The precious materials used and the craftsmanship make the caps, each one different from the other, a unique piece of design.
Australian eucalyptus, monoï, plumeria, Sydney boronia, Australian sandalwood, cedar wood, vetiver, banksia nectar
Cap by Locherber Milano made from the Banksia flower.
Hand painted glass vase.
On the fabric label are reproduced images that recall the Australian flower.
Product presented with sticks in an elegant box.
Black fibre rods in polyester (outside) and cotton (inside). Uniform in size and shape, they remain straighter and smoother than natural rattan cane sticks, and are non-porous at the end.
How to use
The duration of a fragrance depends on the size of the environment in which it is placed, the temperature, direct sunlight and air currents that can accelerate evaporation.
Keep the level in the diffuser for at least half of its contents and avoid that the amount of oxygen in the bottle affects the evaporation speed too much.
Place the diffuser on a stable surface.
Filling: remove the cap and use a funnel to pour the fragrance in the bottle. Clean the outside diffuser with a slightly damp cloth before placing the cap back.
Keep the diffuser away from heat and direct light sources.