Alcohol, Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Citral, Eugenol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
When Johann Maria Farina created his first perfume in 1709 and named it after Cologne he probably didn't realize that it was a start of such a beautiful tradition. Original Farina - a light citrusy fragrance has been there ever since and has appealed to some fairly famous noses with Napoleon, Mozart, Queen Victoria, Merlene Diettrich or Bill Clinton being just a few examples on a really long list. If you prefer earthy heavier scents, be sure to try the Russisch Leder version.
Cologne that is the mother of all modern perfumes. When it was created by Johann Maria Farina in 1709 and named after the city of Cologne, he could hardly expect it to become the synonym of all fragrances.
The head of the fragrance consists of citrus fruits, especially bergamot. It is harvested when still green and only its peel is used. Its heart is made of violet and jasmine; the body is supplemented with sandalwood, cedar, and musk. Only natural raw materials are used in production. In each bottle, several years of scent are combined in order to ensure the scent remains identical all the time.
It used to be popular for its lightness and freshness. Because light scents were not common at that time. And even then it was already popular among both men and women. It was pleasant for both ordinary and famous noses – Napoleon, Mozart, Queen Victoria, Marlene Diettrich, or Bill Clinton. Bill reportedly still likes it today.
Volume: 125 ml flacon with a screw cap
We also offer a 1 ml sample for 1,75 €, so that you can try the scent in the peace of your home.