Cologne Du Maghreb (EDC 50)

Cologne Du Maghreb (EDC 50)

Cologne du Maghreb is a robust fragrance that bridges occident and orient, giving refreshing and dynamic evidence that the scents of the Middle East are so much more than just oud and spice.

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CDM020110

€ 119,00

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Built around a dynamic citrus accord, fresh as the morning sun rising over a citrus garden in Morocco, the Cologne du Maghreb recalls the finest essential oils of bergamot and lemon, combined with other citrus treasures, such as luxurious neroli, the steam distillate essential oil of orange blossom to offer a refreshing and captivating opening that seduces and enchants in equal measure. The essential oils of lavender and rosemary create a herbaceous contrast with the fresh and airy citrus chorus and combine with rose absolute, rose essential oil and clary sage, providing an amber green floral line and adding depth and character .
This cologne was created in the most traditional way, around a pyramid made up of citrus essential oils and contrasting notes of lavender, scalrea sage and rosemary. But an evident Moroccan character emerges, thanks to a vibrant cedar wood from Atlas, to a dark and mysterious note of Java vetiver, to an erotic absolute of orange blossom and exotic cistus ladaniferous, in balance with a Moroccan rose absolute and Bulgarian rose oil. Like all colonies, it is made to exist in the moment here and now.

Olfactory notes: red mandarin, clementine, neroli, ambreina (cistus I), Atlas cedar wood, java vetiver, ladaniferous cistus, orange blossom, petitgrain, rosemary, clary sage, bourboun geranium, rose absolute, oil rose, litsea cubeba, white grapefruit, bergamot, lemon, lavender.

Vittoria Profumi's Council: perfect for lovers of essential oils and citrus and aromatic accords.

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Cologne Du Maghreb (EDC 50)

Cologne Du Maghreb (EDC 50)

Cologne du Maghreb is a robust fragrance that bridges occident and orient, giving refreshing and dynamic evidence that the scents of the Middle East are so much more than just oud and spice.

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