Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat
Created in 1920 by Jacques Guerlain, Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat possesses the secret freshness of the scents of the Mediterranean. Inspired by the landscapes of the Riviera, its composition is orchestrated around citron accents and takes up a traditional family formula.
This is an extremely subtle fragrance. Its label bears an iconic code of the House: the Guerlain star.
Its bottle bears a constellation of 69 bees, the symbol of the Empire and the emblem of the Guerlain family of "Eaux". It can be customised upon request, hand-gilded and emblazoned with initials.