“Happiness is a warm thrill” was sung by the children of the Beat Generation on the Isle of Wight. The festival, which took place in 1970 was madness. The air smelled mystical, intense, primordial, full of goodness. It was the scent of happiness: Warm Thrill In the formulation of the initial notes of the verbena, neroli and lime fragrance celebrate the euphoria of the participants, when the guitar jacks were switched on. In six hundred thousand they felt a shiver run over their skin. Jasmine and tuberose sign the notes of the heart and identify the personality of the perfume. Incense, meanwhile, reveals the mystical vocation. The softness of cedarwood and rose combined with the purity of white musk bring back spirituality, stating the desire for freedom sought after by young people of the Beat Generation.