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An interpretation of the classic formulation of a Florida spirit water with notes of lavender, bergamot, rose, neroli, lemon, and clove. Florida water is a perfumed spirit named after the legendary Fountain of Youth, which is purported to have been located in the southernmost state. From the Middle Ages right into the 19th century, perfumed spirits were thought to possess miraculous healing properties and to prevent infection. They were first produced in Europe using essential oils and various plants since medieval times. Florida water was developed much later in the United States and most North American pharmacies and apothecaries produced and sold their own versions.
Notes include lavender, bergamot, rose, neroli, lemon, and clove.
- L vnea , a Canadian house, pronounced: [lou - nay - uh] explores the spaces between the natural world and that of the ethereal. With a focus on pure plant essences and unexpected aromatic combinations, raw materials from rare natural extractions are sourced from around the world to evoke distant memories and awaken unwritten desires. Each scent begins as a distinct story, transforming the conceptual into high olfactory art. Traditional French parfumerie techniques are juxtaposed with luxuriantly minimal design, creating scents that are at once reminiscent of another world, yet deeply familiar.