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CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum - 2ml Sample Vial - CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum Sample Vial - CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum - 2ml
CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum - 2ml Sample Vial - CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum Sample Vial - CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum CARTHUSIA 1681 Eau de Parfum - 2ml
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1681 - the year that Carthusian monks of Capri began producing scented water made from local herbs and spices. Tradition, craftsmanship, and natural processing play a central role in the fragrances which are based, even to this day, on essences and aromas from this idyllic Mediterranean island. Be captivated by Carthusia's 1681 Eau de Parfum featuring notes of mandarin, thyme, petitgrain, neroli, black pepper, cedarwood, amber and vanilla. A traditional fragrance for the modern gentleman. Made in Italy. 

Exclusively imported in Australia by Saison.

Fragrance

Top Notes: tangerine, bergamot, coriander, red thyme oil, rosemary
Heart Notes: neroli, black pepper, lavender, petitgrain
Base Notes: sandal, cedarwood, incense, vanilla, musk, amber

Specifications

‐ Olfactory family: citrus, woody
‐ Gender: Masculine
‐ Made in Italy
‐ 2ml

About Carthusia

About Carthusia
About Carthusia

About Carthusia

Capri, the Italian island of dreams has been an enchanting oasis since Roman times. Its natural beauty, sunny climate and innate glamour are legendary. In 1380 the Father Prior of the Monastery of St. Giacomo made Queen Giovanna D’ Angio’ a flower arrangement with the most beautiful island flowers. The water was not changed for three days, and the Prior noticed that the water had acquired a beautiful fragrance. This became the first perfume of Capri. Forgotten and re-discovered in 1948, the Monastery with permission of the Pope, revealed the recipe to a chemist, who created the smallest fragrance laboratory in the world and called it ‘Carthusia’. Today the perfume tradition continues and limited production ensures the same methods used by the Carthusian monks are respected.

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