Martina, revoking again its Argentinian origin, dedicates its last creation to the “Land of Fire” (Tierra del Fuego): a place inebriated of warm and enshroud notes evoking great emotions. The fragrance is fresh and woody and announces itself with fruity and aromatic notes of blackcurrant, Bergamot, apple and pineapple. The heart blends combine spices, flowers with woody notes. The tail notes reveals a blend of warm and intriguing notes such as vanilla and amber combined with dryer ones like oak-moss. The bottle is coloured with warm shade of red that evokes the fire. The same fire lit up by the natives to warm themselves up and to protect themselves from the icy climate of this Land. Seamen who had sailed in the nearby sea, saw lots of column of smoke and fires that seemed floated upon the water. This mystical setting let seamen called this as inhospitable as legendary and marvellous Land, “Tierra del Fuego” (Land of Fire). The silk-screened logo is enclosed by a stylized sun, that evokes the Argentine sun always low in the sky of the Tierra del Fuego. The image of a sunset in Tierra del Fuego is also used in the Advertisement campaing. Adventure, emotion, history, and legend are combined in this last gorgeous creation under La Martina trade mark....