After visiting the Palazzo Pitti, you blithely make your way to the heights of the Boboli Gardens. The view of Florence is stunning, but a grotto on your right draws you with its freshness. Just at the entrance, a statue is decked with beautiful lemons. Are they real? Are they virtual? Why can you smell the fragrance of Italian lemon, petitgrain, bitter orange and galbanum? And that hint of black pepper and cloves, where does it come from?
Inspiration : Jardin Boboli, Florence, Italy
Citron Boboli will put an instant spring in your step and is immensely refreshing in hot weather.
Fantastic contrast between green, slightly bitter and zesty citrus and warm, vibrant and sensual spices. I adore the quite dominant clove note here. Just gorgeous. My favourite fragrance from the house.
What a happy perfume! I don't know if it is because the Holiday is just around the corner, but when I smell Citron Boboli I instantly think of Christmas! When I first apply this perfume on my skin, all I can smell is cloves and lemon cream! I can't help it and my mind flies to the traditional Christmas pies, full of spices and delicious creams. Mmmm... my mouth is already watery! I can picture my mother singing a carol while she decorates the table, waiting for me to join her. There are cookies in the oven and tea in the kitchen. Dad is wrapping gifts in his armchair. Everything around us is shiny and our lips are curled up in a smile. Citron Boboli is pure joy!