‘The forest our wolf inhabits and roams is done in many colors of the woody spectrum. I used Virginian cedarwood for its visceral warmth, and Texan — for the dry bark astringency it imparts to a fragrance. Chinese cedarwood gives Bad Wolf its “distant fire” smokiness, while Moroccan is responsible for its sweet, resinous aspect. And that mysterious, emerald green presence you’re feeling in the heart of Bad Wolf is a precious in-house specialty — French pine absolute,’— Cristiano Canali.
‘There’s so much power in nature, but also fragile gentleness. The latter is represented by daffodils, a key element in Bad Wolf: their fragrance, both fresh and intoxicating, sheds light on the composition’s most secret places — its mossy nooks and passages in the undergrowth,’ — Cristiano Canali