Maison Francis Kurkdjian Amyris Homme EDT
At the beginning of January in Sicily, the fields of mandarin trees offer an almost unreal landscape: rows of green shrubs punctuated by orangey-yellow fruits spreading as far as the eye can see between sea and mountains. This Citrus reticulata was imported from Asia at the beginning of the 19th century. According to legend, its name came from its color, identical to the ceremonial dresses of Chinese Mandarins. The fragrant compounds contained in its peel are extracted by cold expression to obtain its oil. This variety has citrusy, zesty but also green, sweet and slightly sulphurous facets. This sparkling and joyful top note enhances a Cologne and energizes an ambery perfume.
ALCOHOL; PARFUM (FRAGRANCE); AQUA (WATER); LIMONENE; HYDROXYCITRONELLAL; LINALOOL; COUMARIN; ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE; DIETHYLAMINO HYDROXYBENZOYL HEXYL BENZOATE; BHT; CINNAMAL; CITRAL; BENZYL BENZOATE; EUGENOL; GERANIOL.