I wore this fragrance for the first time during a walk in solitude along a river: it was late April, light rays of sunlight illuminated a green horizon dotted with blooms, thick blades of grass swayed in the wind, interspersed with blue/purple flowers, wild plants with umbrella inflorescences, smaller flowers of various colors, yellow, pink, white ... By combining Mito with my walk in the environment, I created an epic combination. This very green perfume has galbanum as its protagonist, a plant of Persian origin, king of "greenery": in fact the opening recalls gardens and herbaceous expanses, where stems, leaves, roots, earth, pollen, fresh cut grass, contribute to the olfactory panorama. Green is here associated with citrus notes, making it sparkling and slightly astringent. There is something that "scratches", that slightly burns the throat: it is not smokey but rather a woody, resinous scent, like bark ... it is galbanum in its typical expression. The effect is strange but brilliant and I’m pleased despite a certain dissonance, almost disturbing. The composition gains complexity by the role of florals: hyacinths, magnolia and white flowers give poetry and grace despite being layered just below the green, which lead the heart of the perfume. In the drydown a mossy cleanliness welcomes you in its cool shroud. It is a courageous, stimulating fragrance, I do not associate it with bucolic sensations in a nostalgic or melancholic way, rather with a burst of vital lymph. This perfume draws on the classic without awe in remodeling itself in a modern key.