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Acqua Di Parma

Buongiorno Candle by Acqua Di Parma

$ 72.00

Buongiorno Candle by Acqua Di Parma - The Perfect Provenance
Buongiorno Candle by Acqua Di Parma - The Perfect Provenance
Buongiorno Candle by Acqua Di Parma - The Perfect Provenance

Acqua Di Parma

Buongiorno Candle by Acqua Di Parma

$ 72.00

Scented flickers for a sensuous yet fresh awakening to your day. As the first rays of the morning light filters through the window, the accompanying breeze brings hints of green aromas reminiscent of the splendid Italian countryside.

  • 200 ml

Top Notes:

The scents of freshly cut grass and sun-dried linen bring an infusion of freshness and softness at the same time. Natural wood tones are softened by moss, lending warmth, roundness and comfort to the fragrance.
Tasting notes: Italian lemon, mint leaves, Rosemary, Lavandin, Jasmin, Cedarwood, Musk

 

About Acqua Di Parma:

In 1916, master perfumers created a new fragrance in a small perfumer's laboratory in the old town centre of Parma. It was unusually fresh and modern compared to the perfumes of German origin, stronger and more intense, that were then so popular. This was the first real Italian eau de cologne, and it expressed a new sensibility. The most striking thing was the purity of the fragrance produced exclusively with natural ingredients. To this day, its composition has never been changed.

Over the years, the popularity of Acqua di Parma continued to grow. The iconic Art Deco bottle known and loved today was created in the 1930s and instantly saw Colonia become the perfume of the era. For Acqua di Parma international success came in the 1950s, when Hollywood film stars travelled to Italy and discovered Colonia in highly exclusive tailor shops, where it's unmistakeable Italian style and elegance was heightened. By the 1960s, Acqua di Parma had become an exclusive, high society perfume house.

All the lines continue to be produced strictly in Italy and are distributed in 36 countries worldwide.