Comporta – Mosquito Intense

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Clean, light floral, musk, ozone | Floral Woody Musk

Yeah, there’s some mosquitoes in Comporta. But the ideal thing to do is to get into the 300-threaded sheets of a super hotel and keep out the mosquitoes and heat. It really smells fresh, clean, transparent, creamy. That’s what it smells like: opening a perfect bed, from a luxury hotel. Mosquito is a soft, lightly fly floral, a pure and subtle fragrance.

Top notes: Lemon, bergamot, lily of the valley.

Heart notes: White flowers (lily of the valley), iris root.

Base notes: Musk, sandalwood.

Nose: Beatrice Aguilar

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Description

Mosquito

With this name the story gets complicated. Yeah, there’s some mosquitoes in Comporta. But the ideal thing to do is to get into the 300-threaded sheets of a super hotel and keep out the mosquitoes and heat. It really smells fresh, clean, transparent, creamy. That’s what it smells like: opening a perfect bed, from a luxury hotel. Mosquito de Comporta  is a soft, lightly fly floral, a pure and subtle fragrance.

A fragrance can be your hallmark. Something that remains etched in the sensory memory of others. I have chosen Mosquito as my fragrance. The delicious breeze of lily of the valley and bergamot, the freshness of the lemon and the elegance of the iris make Mosquito the favorite fragrance of the boho girl. You will always remember her when she leaves because of the aroma she leaves in the room…. And it is a delicious sensation.

Filipa de Abreu, fashion director.

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Additional information

Size

Eau de Parfum 100ml

Olfactory group

Floral, Woody

Gender

Man and Woman

Nose

Beatrice Aguilar

Country

Portugal

Year

2017

Perfumer

Comporta - Beatrice Aguilar

A French-Spanish national with a very relaxed beauty, Beatrice possesses something that most people don’t: a privileged nose. From childhood, she explored the world through her smells in such a way that she ended up becoming a perfumer. This sensitivity, coupled with a passion for other visual arts, has made her latest project, Scent on Canvas, as subtle as she is.

Beatrice Aguilar lives in Barcelona and is the director of Scent on Canvas. She dominates the olfactory part and is curious about the visual and imaginative. That is why she has built bridges with other creators (María Torrontegui, María Coluccelli, Jodri Trullas, Tano Pisano and Mariona Esteba) to design an engraving that envelops her, taking inspiration from one of her perfumes. The box, in this case, unfolds and becomes another work of art, signed and numbered.