So will I turn her virtue into pitch
And out of her own goodness make the net
That shall enmesh them all.
[Othello by William Shakespeare]
The Story: I watched the white flower become as dark as the night sky, the sweet fragrance of nectar-covered petals turn wild and unpredictable, innocence shattered. With deep velvet and warm leather my seduction began with a dangerous touch of the Black Osmanthus.
The Description: Leathery and seductive. A provocatively spiced floral heart of osmanthus and jasmine is enveloped by the jazz club smokiness of dark wood, leather and rum. An extravagant saffron and myrrh accord enhance the carefree, risqué, dangerous aroma.
The Notes: Black wood and smoky leather accord, osmanthus, tuberose, Indian jasmine, pepper, oakmoss, patchouli, sandalwood, myrrh, saffron and West Indian rum.