Italian Bergamot by Ermenegildo Zegna is a bergamot fragrance that also features notes of neroli, rosemary, and vetiver. Hints of lime and wood add richness and a lively splash of freshness to the scent. Ermenegildo Zegna began as a family business well over a century ago when Angelo Zegner had a watchmaking business.
Indonesian Oud, a scent launched in 2012 by perfumer Jacques Cavallier, draws its inspiration from oud wood, the fabled pearl of the forest. The centuries-old distilling method is ceremonial, prized and ancient. Blending oud with myrrh and amber results in a compelling juxtaposition, allowing fundamental notes of patchouli, amber, rose and Bergamot to appear.
In the citrus aromatic group of fragrance, this fresh and spicy fragrance opens with bitter orange leaves, bergamot, lemon, ginger, and spearmint. The heart of the scent is a variety of botanical aromatics such as cypress, jasmine, rhubarb, lavender, and rosemary. The woody base incorporates tree moss, musk, amber, cypriol, and sandalwood.
A creation of Ermenegildo Zegna released in 2016, Z Zegna Milan is a long-lasting cologne for men that subtly insinuates itself to others. Its rich yet minimalist scent profile only includes three notes. The sturdy base note of sandalwood suggests an oriental fragrance, but the top and middle notes root it firmly in the Mediterranean.
In celebration of Zegna’s 100th anniversary, Zegna Forte was created by Ermenegildo Zegna and perfumer Cecile Matton. Released in 2010, this truly captures the essence of men. The top notes are grapefruit, ginger, pink pepper and citrus.
From the Italian’s men’s luxury fashion house , famous for their patterned and sophisticated ties, this woody spicy fragrance for men is all about seduction. Using the interplay of dark and light as the theme, the fragrance evokes the Italian fine arts technique of chiaroscuro, light and shadow. The light notes are: mandarin, lemon, cardamomRead More
Youthful men’s fragrances can slide towards the boyish side of the spectrum, but Z Zegna remains sophisticated enough for college students and young professionals alike. An opening of bergamot and rosemary develop during the dry down to reveal exciting hints of nutmeg, oak moss, and patchouli. The natural combination is warm and welcoming for daytimeRead More