Published on August 03, 2022 at 8:27 am
If throughout the year fresh and invigorating fragrances tend to be the most sought after, this craving intensifies further during the summer. We therefore leave aside the intense fragrances too intoxicating and we turn to much lighter colognes. After the mythical “Eau de Cologne Impériale” by Guerlain, the famous “Flower” by Kenzo and the classic “Orange Blossom” by Jo Malone, it is the turn of a fragrance from the house of Hermès to squat the first place of our favorite juices of the summer. Baptized ” Purple Basil Water », this fragrance full of nature blends notes of purple basil, green bergamot and geranium.
A fragrance for the whole family
Thanks to its versatile trail, this infinitely chic cologne appeals to men, women and children alike. Especially since Hermès perfumer Christina Nagel created it with the aim of evoking sunny afternoons and summers with the family. Finally, although it is an eau de cologne – whose olfactory duration, by definition, is generally shorter than that of a perfume – its wake lasts all day, which makes it ideal for feeling fresh even when the mercury panics.