Limon Verde belongs to the Aqua Allegoria collection, the first collection of intensely fresh fragrances in perfumery created in 1999.
On the strength of the Guerlain Perfumer’s expertise dating back to the legendary Eau de Cologne Impériale in 1853, the Guerlain Perfumer creates each of the Aqua Allegoria with the freshness of a Cologne and the hold of a Guerlain perfume. The guiding thread of the collection is bergamot, a precious citrus fruit, “Calabrian green gold”, a key ingredient in the Guerlinade.
Limon Verde is a dancing tropical fragrance, an invitation to savour a Caipirinha under the lemon trees along the Amazon River.
Create your own signature by pairing Limon Verde with: - Bergamote Calabria - Flora Cherrysia - Mandarine Basilic Create your own olfactory signature: select your favorite duo among recommended options and spray each Aqua Allegoria on your skin one by one in equivalent quantities.
Its pure and refined bottle with a golden mesh celebrates the iconic Guerlain Bee Bottle.
Tropical Green Citrus. Botanical, exotic, dancing.
Limon Verde offers a surprising exotic freshness with a blend of sparkling accents of Mexican lemons and orange. Lively accords of Caipirinha, with a green tropical note and fig aroma invite us on a Brazilian escapade. The rounded softness of Venezuelan Tonka bean sets the pace for this composition.
Disclaimer : Guerlain product ingredient listings are updated periodically. Before using a Guerlain product, please read the ingredient list on the packaging of your product to be sure that the ingredients are appropriate for your personal use.
These Eaux de Toilette have the freshness of a Cologne, and the hold of a Guerlain perfume. For each creation, the Guerlain Perfumer showcases one or two raw materials, drawing their originality from a unique alchemy with bergamot.
Create your own olfactory signature: select your favorite duo among recommended options and spray each Aqua Allegoria on your skin one by one in equivalent quantities.
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