According to the legend, Lir was a powerful Irish king who married a woman named Aoife, who bore him four children - three sons named Aodh, Fiachra, and Conn, and a daughter named Fionnuala. However, after Aoife became jealous of the children's relationship with their father, she used her magic to transform them into swans and cursed them to live for 900 years on the lakes and rivers of Ireland.
Note: inspired by drifting lakes and rivers, this scent opens with a citrusy burst of bitter orange and lavender, which is complemented by a spicy heart of clary sage and spearmint. The base notes feature the warm and woody scents of amber and ambroxan.
Some may recognize this scent as an homage to Luna Rossa for Men (no affiliation)