The main source of inspiration for Ramón Monegala, in addition to nature, is literature with its rich prose and concise poetry. He transforms words into notes, phrases into chords, stories into compositions, and together with the ink, an ethyl lyrical component of these metamorphoses, it all takes the form of a divine fragrance.
In honor of his source of inspiration, using the most luxurious materials, the perfumer developed an inkwell bottle that he loves to call "mon encrier" (my inkwell). Adhering to his principles that only the best raw materials should be used in perfume production, Ramon chose handmade glass, which allowed him to create a bottle unique in shape, texture and appearance. And the lid is made of Bakelite, a resin that was widely used in perfumery in the middle of the twentieth century. It connects the glass and the bakelite bezel made of aluminium alloy. It is in this luxurious bottle that Ramon Monegal Fiesta perfume is presented.
"Fiesta" is a composition of the century dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Monegal family history in the perfumery industry. The fragrance conveys the atmosphere of a Spanish holiday, sparkling and enchanting. It is addressed to the cheerful optimists, who are able to turn every weekday into a special event. It is an expressive perfume for dazzlingly beautiful, spectacular women and charismatic, imposing men.
Popular fragrant vanilla note gives the perfume a cozy, sweet and soft motive with a pleasant shade of baking. Today, the smell and taste of vanilla is familiar to each of us, but they are mostly synthetic, as natural vanilla extract is very expensive and can hardly be beneficial to manufacturers. Vanilla is a climbing orchid plant. There are about a hundred varieties, the most popular of which are only two - Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla tahitiensis.
Ramón Monegal Fiesta, dedicated to love and Spain, has perfectly balanced floral and aromatic chords with warm, deep motifs of skin, vanilla, smoke and amber.