From the Italian "Scorza di Sicilia" or "Sicilian bark", it conjures up the scorching lands of Italy.
Our perfumers have scoured the world in search of the “Scorza” bark which generously asserts its sparkling character to reveal the bright, suave sweetness of a sun-drenched fruit.
‘Scorza’ bark carries within it authenticity as a legacy. A miraculous alchemy between generosity of the earth, abundance of the sun and scarcity of the rain. The unique essence of these citrus fruits have inspired Scorza Di Sicilia.
When the Calabrian citron convenes with Virginian Cedar and Vetiver from Indonesia, the resulting alliance releases an intense perfume dominated by citrus notes.
Citron from Calabria - Virginian cedar - Vetiver from indonesia
The simple mention of a trip to Thailand brings to mind escapes that mix tradition with leisure.
A spectacular sun rises over the Andaman sea and ascends high in the sky. The ylang-ylang and jasmine flowers spread their delicious and opulent floral notes. Tree bark, earth and sand, heated by the sun release a soft, comforting and warm scent.
Ylang from Comores - Tuberose from India - Vetiver from Tahiti
One of the most exclusive destination on the Mediterranean, an island with thousands of scents.
In the increasing and blazing heat, the citrus fruits are rocked by the first rays of sunlight. The wood of the vines, cedars and olive trees bring strength and beauty to this day that will soon vanish.
Bergamot from Italy - Orange from Brazil - Cedar from United States
Our perfumers reveal a journey at the heart of the French Riviera. This Grand Cru will be fresh and full of surprises thanks to a blend made up of a floral bouquet and above all a marine personality that is most addictive. When the Mediterranean Sea spray blends audaciously with the softness of the white flowers, France reveals itself and shines!
Jean-Marie Santantoni created this fresh and sunny fragrance in homage to the surprising and unique landscapes of the French Riviera.
Fucus from France - Jasmine from Egypt - Orange Blossom Tunisia