Rossa Rossa, the last Aqua Allegoria from Guerlain
The first brings together unique perfumes, a sort of perfume blockbuster. The second brings together the different collections including the Aqua Allegoria. Today, this assortment of essences is still enriched by a newcomer. Focus on Aqua Allegoria Rosa Rossa by Guerlain.
Guerlain’s Aqua Allegoria collection
Guerlain’s Aqua Allegoria is inspired by gardens around the world. He travels the globe and offers us luminous and always sparkling interpretations of the most beautiful squares of greenery that can be found on the planet. The Aqua Allegoria passes through California, Italy, Indonesia and Venezuela. He then brings together the best raw materials offered by the earth, and creates exceptional fragrances, often a source of happiness, cheerfulness and radiance. It is therefore precisely in this philosophy that was developed Aqua Allegoria Rosa Rossa.
The spring breath of Aqua Allegoria Rosa Rossa
Aqua Allegoria Rosa Rossa was made by Thierry Wasser, official perfumer of Guerlain. It first takes off on a fresh and fruity alliance of bergamot, lychee and blackcurrant. Then, this invigorating delicacy is relayed by an enormous bouquet of roses and peonies. You will understand, this is an infinitely feminine game. To structure the whole, Aqua Allegoria Rosa Rossa ends with darker and woody nuances. As usual, it comes in a bottle common to all Aqua Allegoria, a sort of modern version of the famous bee bottle created in 1853 for the Eau de Cologne Impériale. For the occasion, it comes in a peach color variation that says a lot about its softness and sunshine.