Matcha NoNo is an example of collaboration that builds an intercultural bridge, bringing together specific traditional aspects of Japan,Turkey and Spain,while establishing a contemporary olfactory dialogue. This complex gourmand perfume, revolving around Japanese Matcha tea, the classic Turkish pastry Baklava, and the representative Nono pastry of Granada, Spain, is a jest that celebrates the cultural exchange, representing a comfortable, dreamy soft sensory experience.
Ingredients: cherry blossom, yuzu, Hinoki wood, japanese green tea, almond blossom, pistachio, cinnamon, white chocolate, musk.
Ricardo Ramos (Colombia / Spain), fashion designer awarded multiple times internationally, made his debut on the catwalk of young creators of Pasarela Gaudi in Barcelona and has been a participant in the fashion weeks of Berlin, London, New York.
It has Fashion studios made in Paris (Paris American Academy), classic tailoring in London (Westminster) and fashion illustration (Central Saint Martin’s), Antiques in Western Decorative Arts in Barcelona (CENP Barcelona Antiques School), design Indian traditional textile in Mumbai (Lemark Institute Charni Rd) and Textile Art in Granada (School of Arts and Crafts).
More than fifteen years in contact with the fragrance industry, creating with perfumers from international laboratories involved in the evaluation, art direction and product development, make the perfumes signed by the designer Ricardo Ramos stand out for their elegant originality, timelessness and its excellent quality.
The fragrances are inspired by ancient formulations found in medicine treatises of the time, as well as architectural structures and iconic characters and traditions, making use of raw materials on some occasions everyday for us and mostly of Andalusian heritage and originating from the Orient Medium, many of these raw materials were distilled for the first time in the peninsula through the use of the alembic, marking the starting point in the art of perfumery in Europe.