Acqua di Genova is a real gem of the nineteenth century, dedicated to those people who appreciate the genuineness of the ancient recipes and refinement of a high quality product.
Created in 1853 for the Royal House of Savoy by the famous distiller Genovese Stefano Frecceri, Acqua di Genova became the indispensable complement to the toilette of the most important personalities of the time and was used in all European Royal Courts.
Cabeza: bergamot, amalfi lemon, orange, rosemary, neroli and lavender
Corazón: jasmine, rose and orange blossom
Fondo: patchouli, sandalwood, amber and musk
Acqua di Genova was created in 1853 for the Royal House of Savoia by the famous Genovese perfumer Stefano Frecceri.
The Countess of Castiglione, considered to be the most beautiful woman in Europe, and Emperor Napoleon III of France both fell in love with the fragrance.
After 150 years, the cologne is still made according to its traditional recipe using the highest quality natural essences and is presented in its original handmade bottles.