Milan, April 5th 2018.
Perris Monte Carlo is thrilled to announce Cacao Azteque fragrance selected as a finalist in the Independent Category at The Fifth Annual Art and Olfaction Awards that takes place on April 21st at the Tabernacle, in London’s Notting Hill.
The Art and Olfaction Award is a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles and is designed to raise awareness for independent and artisan perfumers from around the world. The Awards, established in 2014 are given to outstanding creators in the categories of independent, artisan, and experimental perfume from across the globe, chosen for perfumes released in 2017. Awarded to just four perfumes, with one experimental scent project and two special awards — the Aftel Award and the Contribution to Scent Culture.
The selected finalist Cacao Azteque from the Black Collection, journey starts deep within Central America among the Aztecs. This precious and exotic scent will stimulate your senses and bring forth a fond combination of sweet and spicy.
“My family and I are honored to be recognized by the Art and Olfaction institute and happy to be a finalist again in the Independent Category and we are looking forward to the awards in April.”
Said Gian Luca, Creative Director and nose of Perris Monte Carlo.
Perris Monte Carlo was a finalist at The Third and Fourth Annual Art and Olfaction Awards for the creation of Rose de Taif and Absolue D’Osmanthe, both from the Black Collection. Shoppers can now buy this luxurious collection in select stores worldwide.