EAU DE COLOGNE IMPÉRIALE WHITE BEE BOTTLE
Created in 1853 by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain, Eau de Cologne Impériale was the very first Eau de Cologne by Guerlain. Specially composed for the Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III, it earned its creator the title of "Perfumer to His Majesty". The Empress enjoyed the exclusive use of this fragrance before giving her authorisation for it to be sold.
On its label, it bears the symbol of the Empire with the coat of arms chosen by Napoleon: the eagle, the imperial crown and the sceptre.
Its bottle bears a constellation of 69 bees, the symbol of the Empire and the emblem of the Guerlain family of "Eaux". It can be customised upon request, hand-gilded and emblazoned with initials.
Subtle, refined, delicate.
The famous Eau de Cologne Impériale strikes a harmony around refined floral accords. Its fresh citrus notes of lemon and bergamot flirt with petitgrain, while the floral magic of neroli softens this citrusy bouquet.
Eau de Cologne Impériale was the first made-to-measure fragrance in perfumery, created upon special order of the Empress Eugénie to treat her migraines.
This fleeting Eau de Cologne can be followed with your usual fragrance.
On special order, the iconic Bee bottle can also be used to hold your usual fragrance.
#09562 INGREDIENTS: ALCOHOL AQUA (WATER) PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE BUTYLENE GLYCOL DICAPRYLATE/DICAPRATE BHT