Review: Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Florabloom & Florabloom Forte
Aqua Allegoria, Guerlain’s luxury collection, is inspired by naturalness and launches new fragrances based on “superbloom”.
El “superbloom” is a natural phenomenon, which occurs when rain covers the desert with colorful flowers. This aspect of naturalness is what inspired Guerlain to create his new Florabloom perfume line.
Perfumer Delphine Jelk, who is one of Guerlain’s favorite perfumers, indulges in this fragrance that evokes naturalness.
The matrices of flowers that are mixed in Florabloom: the rose, the spikenard and the violet and the iris. To accompany you, work in collaboration with Le Mas des Sources, an area of natural parks in France, where a unique spikenard is harvested in the world
Both fragrances are unisex.
Aqua Allegoria Florabloom has notes of mango, bergamot and lime on its surface. In your heart nards, iris, rose and violet. At its base, almonds, coconut and sandalwood. The brand is described as a bunch of multicolored flowers with solar, creamy and shiny facets.
The new edition of the fragrances is available in two versions: Eau de Toilette and Eau de Parfum Forte.
Aqua Allegoria Florabloom Forte has notes of almendra, mango and tangerine leaves. The middle notes are spikenard, iris, violet and rose. And at the bottom there is coconut, musk, sandalwood and moss. It is worth highlighting the role of the Centifolia de Grasse rose, which, with the terciopelado texture of the moss, gives this unique vigor to the perfume.
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