Nice Bergamote, the freshness of the best fruits.
The nose behind the attractive perfume Nice Bergamote by Essential Parfums is the renowned perfumer Antoine Maisondieu. It is a fragrance released in 2018, which its creator was encouraged to elaborate a vibrant tribute to the aristocratic beauty of Calabrian bergamot, sublimating it with some rose and jasmine petals and precious woods softened by tonka bean, while not tested on animals and possessing a vegan origin.
A sunny burst of key elements in this perfume as a duo of bergamot essences ranging from whole bergamot from Orpur Italy and bergamot oil come together in a floral bouquet of natural jasmine grandiflora extract and sustainable Ylang Ylang from the archipelagos of the Comoros, extracted by reducing the impact on the local ecosystem and applying a tree replanting program. Notes that are softened with the most delicious sustainable Tonka Bean from Venezuela, supporting local communities with micro-credit opportunities and an agreement to protect local wildlife.
These sumptuous aromatic notes have been poured into an eco-friendly glass bottle, which is easy to place anywhere and carry and shows the simplicity of the brand yet conveys that tranquility and calming aura you need when wearing a fragrance. It is accompanied by a smooth black cap to preserve every drop of this rich perfume to avoid any spills. Essential Parfums has been in this wonderful industry for about 25 years. This brand, in particular, is characterized by its rebellious spirit and for recovering the essence of high perfumery, where perfumers are given the freedom to carry out their creations without any limits and using top quality sustainable elements. Part of its approach lies in the fact that this perfume house focuses on the fragrance itself leaving aside an exuberant presentation, its perfumers always seek to use natural ingredients to elaborate rare but enchanting fragrances, which translates into simplicity being its maximum sophistication, besides having affordable prices for all its public."