Montroi introduces a new scent celebrating the essence of Villa Palladio, Jaipur
Celebrating nomadism, the MONTROI team returns to Jaipur to create a scent that celebrates elegance, romance, and power. Jaipur, in the heart of Rajasthan, India, attributes its symbolic pink color as a token of warmth to welcome Queen Victoria’s husband in 1876.
A hidden property in the North of Jaipur
MONTROI honors a new scent called Palladio, a celebration of the latest project of Marie Anne Oudejans, a MONTROI contributor and a regular visitor of the most iconic properties in India and around the world. Her latest venture is Villa Palladio, an exclusive and luxurious private property, enclosed within 20 minutes from the city’s lavish rose-colored walls.
Wedged between a tiger reserve and a spiritual lake, Villa Palladio flaunts its interiors in red, as an embodiment of power, one that is perfectly translated into the scent. The scent comprises dreamy fragrances of rose flowers, that enable oneself to devour the roses that surround Villa Palladio, from afar. It also incorporates the powerful scent of saffron, as a reminder of the power that was attributed to the Maharajas who once reigned the city.
A scent inspired from history, heritage & culture
A strong exquisite fragrance, Palladio is a blend of bergamot, rose, saffron with hints of cedar wood and white musk. The scent of Palladio traverse along the exclusive property of Villa Palladio, the destination of culture and history.