"Bravi Cologne Elixir, an aroma full of magic and artistry Bravi’s adventure begins at the opera house of London, which is the most iconic building in Covent Garden. A place where love and passion for the opera ignites friendships. Bravi is emblazoned with all the goodness of decent humane attributes of trust, friendship and loyalty in our pantomime stage of divo’s tantrums and diva’s mishaps. The final chapter of the Covent Garden trilogy is all about wannabe divos and a diva. Combined with Christopher Chong’s unconventional touch of artistry, the story of friends going to the opera is adapted into a pantomime script full of magic and mishaps to colour Bruno Jovanovic’s imagination. The story is about the celebration of friendship at the Royal Opera House. Social Intimacy of a group of friends meeting at the opera house regularly to share their love and passion for the music and productions. Intoxicating tuberose is spiced up with an overdose of ginger and dramatized with a novel walnut milk accord. The notes are blended in a way that accents the tension between them. Chong concludes, “Bravi is an Italian word to express approval with clapping and shouting when a performer has given a superb performance. We use the plural form, bravi, to reinforce our genderful ethos to be inclusive of all genders, identities and unbearable divos and divas. Representing the “all’s well that ends well” spirit of a pantomime, Bravi to those who have exemplified loyalty and friendship during and after the pandemic. Olfactory Family: Citrus, Floral, Gourmand . Notas de salida: bergamot, bitter orange, ginger . Notas de corazón: tuberose, saffron, honey . Notas de fondo: walnut milk accord, vanilla, tobacco"