a ticket for a dream.
Scents, emotions and feelings from Venice to Paris.
It was 1920 when a well-known botanist from Venice, by the name of Eduardo Soranzo, boarded the fabled Orient Express on his way to Paris. His travel notes describe an inner landscape of sensory pleasures and overwhelming sensations.
Upon his return, he attempted to distil such feelings into a recipe. The result was a new beverage, rich in scents and taste, condensing the entire experience into a draught as lush, enticing and evocative as a trip to foreign lands.