The story is inspired by the period during the Reformation in the sixteenth century. In a small town in the south of Piedmont, Italy, the church holds all the power. Everything that is different from 'normal' is scrutinised and, if necessary, punished. An extremely pretty girl stands out because of her rebellious temperament, her disinterest in public opinion and a unique self-confidence. She is labelled a 'witch' and no one can save her. The stake awaits her. Out of pity, the executioner gives her a potion that knocks her out at the decisive moment. This substance is as intoxicating as her sensual glance that leaves all people spellbound.
Velvety fruit meets pepper and spice. The fragrance comes to a play of tender notes of rose and fruit embodied with darker tones of patchouly, oakmoss and vetiver. Malia by Nobile 1942 is not your usual scent, nor is it a scent you think you already know. It does not want to be "lovely", but neither does it want to be "everybody's darling". A unique composition, which is deep and difficult to understand - melancholic like a rainy autumn day.
Tangerine, Velvet Fruit, Pink Pepper and Marjoram
Osmanthus, Rose, Tobacco Flower and Black Pepper
Vetiver, Patchouli, Benzoin, Oakmoss and Musks