The Shardana were a population coming from Western Mediterranean. They were warriors forced to abandon their lands in the 2nd Century B. C. together with other Sea Peoples. During Ramses III’s reign, when their naval warfare had been lost, they were compelled to raise their anchors from the Egyptian coasts. Their voyage started with the wind at their backs and bitter memories in their hearts.
The olfactory notes of Shardana evoke a long crossing in the open sea
They settled down in Sardinia after a long journey. A massive bas-relief in the Temple of Thebe evidences that they built the Nuraghes, associated with the Nuragic civilization. The warriors wore short skirts and wielded triangular swords and armour. This fragrance is inspired by Shardana’s personality, always at arms with a rebel heart, and by the features of their adoptive country Sardinia.
The olfactory notes of Shardana evoke their long journey from abandoned lands to Sardinia. It was a long crossing in open sea with the wind at their backs and the salty air in their noses. Just close your eyes and experience the spirit of the people who settled down in Sardinia. Do you smell Myrtle?
Whereas Patchouli and Sandal with their natural intensity evoke rough seas. The sweet Anise slips in and makes us dream about the sea in all its majesty. The olfactory notes pass through like waves against a struggling boat. Just like Sandalwood and Cedarwood blend with a Musky note.
It is the perfume for those who hear the inner call for adventures and feel the power of discovery
Shardana is the perfume for those who hear an inner call to adventures and feel the power of discoveries. It is for those who do not forget their roots no matter a long journey. It is the perfume for those who love the sea in every season and never lay down their arms.