Cuirelle, from Spanish master perfumer Ramón Monegal, is as smooth and seductive as the softest suede gloves. It glows in the bright tones of warm honey and cinnamon, and spicy incense and smoky woods balance the sweet rich notes of the opening. Cuirelle is a composition with cat-like flexibility: perfectly at home on a man or woman, day or night, and addictive in the very best possible way. We must also say a word about that eye-catching bottle. After nature, Monegal's main source of inspiration is literature, and as a tribute to this inspiration, he designed a hinged inkwell bottle to house the essence and soul of his work. Notes of Cuirelle include Somali incense, Indonesian patchouli, bourbon vetiver, Virginian cedarwood, cinnamon, and beehive absolute.
Ramón Monegal comes from a long line of perfumers in Spain and represents the fourth generation of the founders of the house of Myrurgia. He began his training in 1972 at Myrurgia, and in 2007 decided to embark on a new journey to build a line of fragrances under his own name. His eponymous line shows tremendous range and has catapulted his talent into the global spotlight. Learn more at www.ramonmonegal.com.
Cuirelle is an interpretation of leather, inspired by its strength and softness.