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GUERLAIN Eau de Cologne Imperiale

In 1853 inspired by the beauty and elegance of Empress Eugénie, Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain composed Eau Impériale in her honour. The glass flacon, engraved with a motif of bees recalling the coat of arms of the imperial family, was a homage indeed. Delighted by the refined Eau de Cologne, the Empress ordered that Guerlain be awarded the title of "Appointed Supplier of Her Majesty", which was at the time the highest imperial warrant.

Its bottle bears a constellation of 69 bees, the symbol of the Empire and the emblem of the Guerlain family of "Eaux".

The famous Eau de Cologne Impériale strikes a harmony around refined floral accords. Its fresh citrus notes of lemon and bergamot flirt with petitgrain, while the floral magic of neroli softens this citrusy bouquet.

Floral Citrus.
Subtle, refined, delicate.

Collections: Fragrances for Him, Guerlain

Category: Guerlain for Him


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