Olfattology Yacuma by Enzo Galardi Perfume.
Seductive elegance and intrigue define Olfattology Yacuma, a refined wood and spice fragrance that artfully layers unusual olfactory combinations. The scent opens with notes of lush, succulent plum brightened by sparkling mandarin and softened by warm saffron. Enveloping Turkish rose absolute and sweetly narcotic jasmine sambac bloom at the heart, mingled with intimate nuances of honey and beeswax. Herbal and precious wood notes form a deeply
grounding base. Crisp leather and lavender tones of clary sage blend with oak moss, ambrette woody-spicy Gurjan balsam, followed by a rich oud and incense finish enriched by guaiac wood, myrrh and simmering, sensual white musk.
Named after the Yacuma River in Bolivia, Yacuma is one of six fragrances launched by perfumer Enzo Galardi in 2015, each named for a different river from across the world. The other scents in the collection include Kasai, Parana, Tamaki, Sagami and Itinez, in homage to rivers in Central Africa, South America, New Zealand, Japan and Bolivia respectively.