"Madama Butterfly" Reed Diffuser (Verbena & Cherry Blossom)

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Madama Butterfly Reed Diffuser (Verbena & Cherry Blossom)

Inspired by Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, this luxury home fragrance reed diffuser is infused with a blend of scents related to the beloved opera.

Captured here by perfumer Philippe Poissonnier is a unique mix of the blooming sakura trees of Japan, where the opera unfolds, and the verbena scented perfume Cio-Cio-San wears as she awaits Pinkerton’s return.

The perfume evaporates smoothly over three months. Replace the stems regularly for a more intense diffusion of the fragrance.

Presented in an exquisite black glass bottle and sturdy black and gold decorative box featuring a vintage image of a butterfly.

Olfactory score: cherry blossoms, verbena & iodized notes

Reflective of the Metropolitan Opera’s enchanting production of Puccini’s time-honored opera.

  • Black glass bottle: 2.25” W x 6” H (10.5” H with reed)
  • 180 ml
  • 12-week olfactory diffusion
  • Sturdy black & gold decorative box
  • Perfumes from Grasse
  • Made in France

 



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History

Puccini’s original version of Madama Butterfly premiered at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1904. The composer was inspired to write an opera about a tragic love between a young Japanese geisha and an American Navy officer after seeing David Belasco’s play by the same name performed in London in June 1900. Puccini’s score includes many Japanese folk melodies, and is one of his most sweeping and sophisticated. It remains one of the world’s most popular operas.

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