Acqua Di Parma Introduces a New Colonia Collection

Celebrating its first centenary, Acqua Di Parma has launched a new Note di Colonia collection of three scents, inspired by the world of opera and presented in a reinterpretation of Colonia’s first bottle.

Note di Colonia I celebrates one of the best-known episodes of La Traviata, “Libiamo ne’ lieticalici”. Opening with citrus, the composition becomes soft as it fuses the freshness of lavender with the velvety warmth of Damascus rose and violet accord. In the rich and sumptuous finale there is a refined combination of patchouli and cedarwood.

Note di Colonia II is a homage to Giacomo Puccini’s art “Nessundorma” in Turandot, and is a composition that mingles fresh citrus notes with woody and aromatic emphasis. The fragrance starts with radiant notes of bergamot, orange, and grapefruit; encounters vibrant notes of basil and cardamom; and finishes with sandalwood and the smoky grey tones of gaiac.

Note di Colonia III, with its triumphant notes like the “Marcia Trionfale”, glorifies one of the most famous chapters of Italian opera, Aida. The vibrant accord of mandarin and ginger enriched in the heart with touches of vetiver, encounters dry and woody accents in the warm and resinous note of olibanum brightened by jasmine.

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