Ancient Rome was given a secret name to protect the sanctity of the Eternal City from the malevolence of her enemies. That name, it is now revealed, was Love - 'Amor': 'Roma' spelled in reverse. This legend has inspired the creation of Eau d'Italie's latest and most romantic perfume. Graine de Joie is a hymn to the pleasures of physical love and langorous sensuality. Radiant sparkling top notes of pomegranate ( the fruit fatally eaten by the goddess Prosperpina) & scarlet and crimson fruits herald a sweet intense heart of freesia and praline. The soft cedar and musk base is bewitchingly clinging and pervasive, like the magic aura of Rome herself.