Eau de cologne is one of the oldest perfume formulas in the world, dating back to the creation of the legendary “Queen of Hungary Water” in the 1370’s.
Villoresi’s stunning interpretation features bergamot, lemon, lavender and orange in the top notes; then comes clove, neroli and sage on a base of musk and rosemary.
This sparkling, exhilarating scent should be used plentifully and with abandon: suitable for all occasions, perfect for summer holidays and leisurely mornings.
Later he created fragrances like Dilmun, Alamut, Teint de Neige, Iperborea, Theseus and Aura Maris inspired by myths and legends of different cultures and countries.
In 2006 he won the international “Prix François Coty” in Paris, the most important award in recognition of a perfumer’s career. Lorenzo Villoresi is also the author of various books on perfumery.