Acqua di Parma - Blu Mediterraneo - Cedro di Taormina - Eau de Toilette
The Blu Mediterraneo fragrance Cedro di Taormina is a multi-faceted composition that celebrates the unique landscape around Taormina. Taormina on the east coast of Sicily is located in a landscape in which the unique macchia shrubland and sun-kissed citron orchards blend with the vibrant intensity of Etna’s volcanic rocks.
The protagonist in this creation is naturally the citron lemon, whose fresh, tangy, yet intense aroma intoxicates the senses. Notes of tart fruity petitgrain and aromatic basil accompany the citron in the head. At the heart of this composition, soothing, clear notes of lavender meet the spicy power of black pepper. The woody, earthy notes of cedar and vetiver are combined with soft notes of cistus resin to melt into a warm finale.
Ancient ruins, Norman cathedrals, medieval castles and a volcano that offers breathtaking yet cruel all-round view. Splendor combined with a breath-taking beautiful landscape which, apparently unaware of its effect, offers itself uncaring to the viewer's gaze. The Sicilian range with an invigorating effect has been designed to pamper and vitalize you with basil, black pepper and petitgrain.
Sunshine, dancing breezes, shimmering water. Sometimes it's almost imperceptible sensations that provoke the purest memories and emotions. Blu Mediterraneo is a line of five fragrances conjuring up the energy, sun and colours of the Italian Mediterranean. The five legs of an ideal sensory journey through natural scenarios without parallel, a theatre where myth, art and culture meet in harmony.
They recall the lightness of sea breezes, laden with the aromas of wild plants and shrubs, and the glittering spray from the waves. Each fragrance expresses a unique spirit of place and is based on a different ingredient, symbolic of the Mediterranean's most isolated and exclusive locations. The glass of the iconic Art Deco bottle is tinged a deep blue to mimic the sparkling transparency of the sea.
From time immemorial the Mediterranean has been a melting pot of nations and cultures, languages and customs, arts and legends. But over and above the mythology – bewitching nymphs and sirens, soldiers of fortune and poets celebrating their feats, antique gods and enterprising travellers like Ulysses – the heart-rending beauty of the Mediterranean is real, intense, tangible. Simply spellbinding.