Peonies took their name after Paeon, the physician of Greek Gods, who angered Asclepius, the god of medicine, due to his natural healing abilities. Zeus saved Paeon from the wrath of Asclepius by turning him into the beautiful flower of Peony.
Carnation is rarely used in perfumery. It blends nicely with jasmin and rose, giving away a more prominent role to peonies.
Manos describes this fragrance as The Lovers, because of its indisputable innocence.
red apple, peony, jasmine, carnation, rose, suede