Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, or Gabo, is one of the most famous writers in the world. Colombian, main exponent of the literary current of Magic Realism, in his novels, in which reality and allegory, legend and history, blend seamlessly, the territory of Nueva Granada is described with pages of incredible intensity. He celebrates his descriptions of Cartagena, the nature of Colombia, its skies and its extreme weather events.
One Hundred Years of Solitude, his most famous work, was elected the second literary work in Spanish, second only to Don Quixote.
The fragrances of Mutis Nueva Granada are permeated with these atmospheres, suspended between myth and reality. Their intense jus, with their sensual and often erotic charge, are olfactory transpositions of this world, suspended in time, in which spaces become immense, times slower and reason succumbs to sentiment.