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Fragrance snobs, prepare to be blown away. Niche perfumerie Arquiste set out to create “concept scents” that recreate specific moments in history, and the results are nothing short of remarkable. Together with famed perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux, founder Carlos Huber put in countless hours of painstaking research to create Flor y Canto, a scent that evokes an Aztec summer festival in Tenochtitlan circa 1400. Wear it to be transported to a dimly lit temple altar filled with fresh flowers.
Love this! The scent is very floral and stays on for a really long time. The only downside is the price tag :(5
This scent is a truly bright, opulent floral. Right away you smell the Mexican tuberose and plumeria. Drydown brings out the marigold for me. The scent isn't heavy or cloying - it has a freshness to it that keeps it from being overpowering. What I find interesting about the scent is that it is supposed to capture a moment in time - an Aztec festival. It makes me imagine what it might have been like!5
A refreshing scent for the new season with green notes and no overly heavy, cloying tones. A breath of summertime.4
The fragrance is lovely, and has a lovely scent. It is too strong of a floral for me and I developed a headache. I'm sensitive to fragrance, so this happens with most perfumes.2
This definitely isnt a scent for the younger crowd.. Its definitely more mature..However my mom absolutely loved it!3
A great scent just a bit too floral for me. I did enjoy reading the info card that listed the ingredients.4
I've definitely smelled this smell before so it's pretty generic but it doesn't give me a headache whatsoever meaning it's strong but not overbearing. I really like it.5
This perfume smells fantastic (lots of great layered scents of floral, vanillas) - sharp but feminine scents. The scent lasted a few hours.3