Andalusian Soul is dedicated to the Muda di Barbaria and to the raw materials traded through it. This maritime route connected The Venetian Republic with Morocco and Southern Spain, trading mainly in savoury herbs, ribbed melilot (sweet clover), turpentine resin, rosemary, orange blossom, and Indian sandalwood. The ambience expressed by this extremely feminine fragrance evokes the warmth and mystery of its sunny lands of origin. The alcohol-based head notes are reminiscent of the beverages made in ancient times in Malaga, and much sought-after in all European courts. The elegant bottle, in shades of yellow and orange, is also reminiscent of the warm atmosphere of Morocco and Southern Spain.