Eva woda kolońska 100 ml

Olfactory group: woody
Product code: SMN020
PLN 565.00
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"Feminine name for a masculine or unisex scent, to be worn like the Prince of Wales". This is how the cologne Eva by Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella was presented at the Pitti Uomo men's fashion fair in 2002. It is a combination of dry citrus notes with sharp, fresh notes of Calabrian bergamot and Sicilian lemon. After the spicy heart notes, woody base notes appear.

Fragrance Notes

lemon, bergamot, bitter orange


pepper, nutmeg, Virginia cedar tree


wetiwer, tabaka

About the brand Santa Maria Novella



Florence is home to one of the oldest pharmacies in the world - Officina Profumo Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, which dates back to the 13th century. Famous scents and skincare products have been created for centuries from a blend of flowers and herbs collected from the hills of Tuscany, maturing in old terracotta jars. Among the compositions still produced today according to Dominican formulas are Acqua di Colonia (Catherine de' Medici's favorite scent), created in the 17th century Acqua di Santa Maria Novella, and Acqua di Rose - an excellent refreshing tonic, sold since the second half of the 14th century, as well as hand-shaped and packaged soaps, which mature for 60 days in ventilated cabinets.

All products are made exclusively in Florence, based on medicinal plants and herbs grown in the same way as in the Middle Ages.

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Reviews of Eva

This is a simple unisex version of traditional citrus-based cologne, but very well done. It opens with fresh, dry citrus and quickly transitions into a pleasantly dusty note of pepper, combined, I believe, with other spicy notes that I cannot identify. It finishes with dry, woody notes, accentuated by earthy (but not overly so) vetiver.

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