A traditional Cologne*, handmade with organic, pure botanical ingredients. This cologne formula is based on the traditional combination of herb and citrus. As a child in Argentina I was often spritzed with a cologne called "Colonia de Bebe", a beautiful fragrance similar to the classic 4711.
- Handmade item
- Materials: 190 Proof Organic grain alcohol; Essential oils, C02 extracts and absolutes including bergamot, lemon, neroli, thyme, rosemary, cistus and jasmine; artisanal tinctures including a Jasmine sambac flowers from my garden and a Jasmine sambac hydrosol.
- Fragrance Family: Citrus
There are 4 grams by weight of Blossom as a Cologne within the glass, spray bottle which measures approximately 2.25 inches tall x 1.25 wide with the cap on.
A devoted customers says:"I love this! It is like summer in a bottle. One whiff creates an instant sense of well being."
Blossom dedicated page can be found here.
*Historical reference shows the term Cologne was coined by French soldiers stationed in the city of Köln, Germany. The first cologne was a toilet water developed by Jean-Paul Feminis and popularized by the Farina family. However the origins of toilet waters most likely began with Hildegard von Bingen in 1100. A visionary and herbalist, the Abbess of Bingen wrote several treaties on flora and fauna while also creating musical plays, and is credited as the originator of lavender water. Both “Carmelite water” and “Hungary water”, thought to have been developed by nuns and monks in Europe during the 1200’s, are the precursors to colognes.