This is not a blue bottle derives its name from ‘The Treachery of Images', a famous work in the 1920s by the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. The painting shows the image of a pipe above a declaration which reads, translated from French, as "This is not a pipe”. This is not a blue bottle is the allegory of a fragrant big bang, a journey from the abstract to the most fiery of emotions in the infinite realm of blue. 1.3 is a molten ring, the dawning of a new energy. A top note of blood orange rises over the heart of rose and saffron, before a dry-down of patchouli and leather rounds out this warm Oriental/Leather unisex eau de parfum, the perfume of fire.