Edgar Allan Poe invaded by melancholy and sadness, and his rebellion to those losses, throughout his work, does not invite to say: 'Nevermore'
From the ink of his poem 'Nevermore' written with the feather of a crow coming out of the 'plutonian' nights, however, a 'now and forever' emerged, a real story and legend.
Every January 19th, the poet's birthday, an invisible visitor deposits three red roses and a bottle of cognac on Edgar Allan Poe's grave.
This enigmatic legend of a beautiful act as free as baroque, with purple roses and amber liquid, inspires a new olfactory story to the house Frapin. Content 100 ml
Perfume for men and women fresh spicy, floral and amber.