On the night of March 19, just before the spring equinox, the equinox, it is a tradition to ignite a large campfire (Focarina) in the region of Cattolica, the headquarters of the Terenzis. Old branches and winter wood are piled up and lit to make way for spring. The air is filled with intense aromas: old and new, fresh and woody, forever associated with ancient traditions. This ancient custom offers us the hope of spring as a fragrance, orange notes meet in the head on mint and greens, which sprout the spices in the heart: lavender, cinnamon, clove and jasmine combine the best of spring and winter to make the transition to the new season. Celebrate. Sparks sped in the base with sandal and cedar wood, vetiver, musk, finely seasoned nutmeg and rosemary.