A very Italian fragrance
When you smell your fragrance, and it makes you think of a holiday in Tuscany, isn’t that like the perfect fragrance? One of the classic fragrances, or actually I have to say cologne, that I (Hunter Niels)always have in my storage is Acqua Di Parma. I have a big weakness for Italy, and everything that is produced in this country: The fashion, the food, the wine, (obviously) the boys and same is for the fragrances. The classic Acqua di Parma Colonia is unisex and is extremely fresh. It consists of Sicilian citrus, Bulgarian roses, lavandel, but is in the same time very woody. Acqua di Parma is the only fragrance I keep in the original orange packaging, because I think it looks so luxurious. So everytime I use this colonia it’s like I’m opening a present. A bottle of 100ml Acqua di Parma costs €94,- on average and is available in the exclusive perfume stores. In some department stores, like Harvey Nichols (London) and Bijenkorf (Amsterdam) they have special Acqua di Parma corners which sell the whole range of (fe)male and unisex products.