From its roots to its slender little flowers, Verbena was considered to be a magic plant during antiquity. The sun, water and earth were points of inspiration for the creation of this new ode to a perfume: the energy of the sun, which gives verbena and grapefruit their sparkling, lemony notes; the freshness of water reflected in notes of white flowers. The green coolness of verbena dominates, so aptly conferring the name. Then lemon peel adds a touch of vivacity and mischief. A fragrance for men and women. Notes: Amalfi Lemon, Lemon Verbena, Benzoin, Chamomile and Petitgrain. Eau de Toilette or Eau de Parfum? The difference lies in the volume of perfume oil. While Eau de Toilette contains 5-9%, Eau de Parfum contains more, usually 8-14%. Eau de Parfums therefore last longer and smell more intense.
- French Eau de Toilette
- A fragrance for men and women.
- Notes – Amalfi Lemon, Lemon Verbena, Benzoin, Chamomile and Petitgrain.