LES COLOGNES

EAU DE COLOGNE DU COQ

Spring freshness

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Guerlain commits to the bee, sentinel of the environment

AN ODE TO FRANCE

Capacity : 100 ML

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AN INVIGORATING AND AROMATIC FRESH COMPOSITION

Eau de Cologne du Coq is all the delicate yet tangy freshness of a spring morning. As light as a gentle breeze, this eau is composed of citrus notes such as lemon, bergamot and orange as well as aromatic scents such as rosemary and lavender.

PERFUMER SECRETS

Eau de Cologne is a style exercise and a rite of passage for Guerlain perfumers. Each generation has played the game, creating their own interpretation. Eau de Cologne du Coq was Created in 1894 by Aimé Guerlain.

IN THE NAME OF BEAUTY

GUERLAIN IS COMMITTED AND TAKES ACTIONS

LEGENDARY BOTTLE

In 1853, Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain was appointed the official perfumer to her Majesty the Empress Eugénie. He created Eau de Cologne Impériale for her, along with the Bee bottle, custom-made by the glassmaker Pochet du Courval and covered in 69 bees, the emblem of the Empire. This legendary bottle continues to enshrine the elegance and history of Guerlain’s perfumes, revisited here in a sprayable version for the Colognes created by the five generations of perfumers.

LES COLOGNES BY GUERLAIN

Eau de Cologne is defined by a classic framework, beautifully enhancing citrus notes accompanied by aromatic flashes. Used by men and women alike, Eau de Cologne is characterised by a fresh, light fragrance trail. At Guerlain, the timeless Eaux de Cologne have lost none of their modernity. They are subtle compositions made from a selection of ingredients closely associated with nature, with an ultra-light feel. A style exercise that stands the test of time in different interpretations.

Œuvre : Darcy, archives Guerlain, 1935

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