Acqua de la Regina Acqua di Colonia


In 1533, Catherine de Medici, future Queen of France, asked the Dominican friars of the church of Santa Maria Novella to create for her an essence that would convey all the grace and elegance of the city of Florence…


Considered the first alcohol-based perfume, it was named “Acqua della Regina” in honor of Queen Catherine de’ Medici and is also known as Acqua di Santa Maria Novella.\nAn aromatic hesperidia with fresh and invigorating citrus accents, among which the Calabrian bergamot stands out.

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