A drawer contains a wish,
shakes at the sight
smells of history
holds weeping, Beauty and memory.


MEMENTO, from the Latin "remember" or "remember".

The priest pronounces it shortly before celebrating the rite of Mass inside the Sacristy, an area within the church used not only for its preparation in view of the celebration of the mass, but also a warehouse for storing liturgical vestments, for objects sacred, the relics.

Eight fragrances that reveal places and treasures, inspired by as many places famous in the world for their experience of faith and devotion.

Eight smells that describe ancient treasure chests full of mystery and wonder, which offer answers and comfort to those seeking the truth on their path.

Eight whispered prayers, like moments of meditation where time stops, making you perceive a golden sculpture bathed in Infinity.

Eight blessing hands that tell of hidden paths, dormant voices, human pain, moved consciences, scented and painful winds and breezes.

MEMENTO is a hidden room, a word that spreads as an echo to the idea of living in the present, of fully enjoying every moment and of being aware of the fleetingness of time.

MEMENTO is an invitation not to forget a trust, even when persecution seems to prevail over Beauty, MEMENTO, is a sound that resonates in the silence of the soul, recalls smiles, tears, pages of time that whisper stories of the past,

MEMENTO, as a blessing that insinuates itself into the heart and soul, an invisible tattoo that marks forever, aware of the value and importance of our journey.

MEMENTO as the key to a silent lock that unlocks the dreams of the imagination, and repairs the wounds inflicted, MEMENTO as a refuge in the forest of our certainties, in the tears of life and in true spiritual connection.


  • Basilica di Assisi

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the Basilica of San Francesco. A spring wind that enters from the large lawn, mixing with the wood and the medieval walls frescoed by Giotto and Cimabue.
  • Chiesa d'oro

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the Basilica of San Marco in Venice. Almost oriental smells, reminiscent of the spices (from the Latin "species", special, valuable goods) that came by sea to the lagoon city. In Venice, spice makers experiment with these ingredients, mixing and measuring them and then selling them in small packets called "Venetian bags". From that moment on, Venice and the whole world will no longer be able to do without spices, used not always to season food, but often also to enrich the rites inside its cathedral, filled with gold mosaics, with solemnity and preciousness.
  • Dòmm

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the Milan cathedral. It is called “aquilonare”, from the late Latin aquilonaris, meaning northern. It is the ancient sacristy of the Milan Cathedral, the first nucleus of the cathedral built starting from 1386, in the heart of an urban center cluttered with buildings. It is the first place to be built after the laying of the foundation stone of the cathedral. In addition to the valuable marbles, sculptures and frescoes, the sacristy is full of furniture and drawers and is still used today by priests for their dressing before sacred rites.
  • Notre Dame notte di Natale

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the Paris cathedral. It is the olfactory memory of Philip in Paris, during his visits to the sacristy of the cathedral. The person in charge of the sacristy loves to prepare an ever-changing mixture of incense, according to the numerous anniversaries of the liturgical year.
  • Pont. Max.

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. An almost "institutional" smell that symbolically recalls the set of Roman rites, handed down by the Church of Rome and widespread in every corner of the world. BRIDGE. MAX. (Pontifex Maximus - Pontifex Maximus), bridge, one who builds bridges, is the highest priestly office which dates back to the most ancient era of Rome and which was assumed by the Pope, bishop of Rome, starting from the 5th century.
  • Rosa fiorita

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the basilica of Santa Rita da Cascia. “Hello Rita, vessel of love, painful bride of Christ, you are born from the thorns of the Savior, beautiful as a rose”. This is the phrase, carved as a greeting on the central beam of the facade of the basilica.The olfactory memory refers to the Saint of her, in January 1457, while she was ill in her monastic cell in Cascia, she asked a cousin to bring her from Roccaporena a rose from her land. Tradition states that God granted this wish and Rita's relative was able to pick for her a rose that bloomed in winter, among the snow.
  • Sacristie Des Arbres

    An ideal custody of the senses, in a centuries-old forest. A forest is a place full of wisdom and mystery, where nature seems to speak with its tranquility and beauty.This is the environment where it is obligatory to listen in order to listen to each other, in connection with the trees, trying to understand their silent lessons.
  • Santa Casa

    Inspired by the drawers of the sacristy of the Loreto basilica. The unmistakable smell of candles and their smoke inside the Santa Casa di Loreto, in the Marche, Filippo region.The Holy House is one of the main places of veneration of Mary and among the most important and visited Marian sanctuaries of the Catholic Church and is made up of three walls which according to ancient and authoritative tradition would be the part in front of the cave of Nazareth where she was born, the Annunciation lived and recipes the Blessed Virgin Mary. Devoted tradition has it that the translation of the Holy House from Nazareth to Loreto was the work of angels.