The floral scent of blossoms meets the delicious tang of citrus fruit in an intoxicating celebration of fragrance. Neroli is particularly powerful—as the most fragrant of citrus flowers. It sparkles as a top note with an utter freshness that is mellowed only by its subtle sweetness.
This Eau de Cologne uses the formula of Aqua Mirabilis, invented in 1695 by Giovanni Paolo Feminis: a citrus accord around Neroli, on an aromatic accord. This recipe was then passed down through his family to Jean-Marie Farina in 1788, who had it distilled. It will later be bought by the Roger & Gallet house.