Les Parfums de Rosine Lotus Rose

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Isola Madre is the biggest of the Verbano islands. It raises from the water with an enticing silhouette traced in the luxurious vegetation that covers the greatest part of it, as long as the squared palazzo in the southern part, which is also the highest. Isola Madre overlooks the Pallanza shores and, compared to Isola Bella and Isola dei Pescatori, looks secluded from the view. It was also the first to be inhabited.

The first projects concerning the transformation of the island into a place of delights and a private residence started with Earl Lancillotto Borromeo, who choose to settle there for the mild weather. Today the island is a little green Eden renowned all over the world for the refined botanical collections.

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Les Parfums de Rosine is launching a new perfume Lotus Rosean ideal accessory for women in love with roses. Rosine Lotus Rose describes the morning garden full of blossom roses and their dewy aromas.

The perfume is created by perfumer François Robert, who was inspired by the beautiful Isola Madre garden, that has a great view on the famous Lago Maggiore. Even though it blends the main ingredient the rose – it is not intense rosey yet romantic and ultra feminine.

Top notes: Neroli, Coriander, Bergamot, Mandarin, Citruses
Heart: Rose, Jasmine, Iris, Lotus, Sweet pea
Base: Musk, Amber, Sandalwood, Woody notes

Rosine Lotus Rose opens with fresh notes of bergamot, mandarin, coriander and neroli along with floral notes of lotus, rose, jasmine and percious iris. The woody base calms with amber and musky notes.

 

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