COCCO DI TAHITI – Eau de Parfum


main accord: FRUITY
Coconut, Peach, Papaya, Cream, Vanilla, Noisette
In the Polynesian Triangle, Tahiti has a long lasting tradition grounded on the enduring relationship between men and nature. This incredible bond is expressed by the concept of Mana, which is a trascendet vital essence that animates every being and every part of nature. This fragrance resembles the spirit of the Island, the traditional dance and the fascinating exotic atmosphere. The poignant exotic beauty of Gauguin’s naked women, immersed in the polychrome and unspoiled landscapes of Wallis and Stevenson. Coconut creates an extravagant combination of warm and marine notes and a wild sensuality. Papaya refers to the sounds of the island, to dancing rites, fruit baskets and legends of the earth. Hazelnut essential oil gives the fragrance a relaxing roundness. The softness is made by vanilla which merges into a peach love triangle, a new summer nectarine, which brings a wind of freshness and sweetness, and to the cream, conservative of ancient finesse. A triumph of erotic femininity and exotic luxuriance.

Size: 50 ml


Caterina Sforza de’ Medici has been, in 1400,  the first ever writer of perfumed waters, cosmetics recipes and natural remedies. Thanks to her manuscript “Experimenti”, Florence became the world capital of perfume. Dr. Giovanni Di Massimo, renowned pharmacist and perfumer, derives inspiration from that maniscript and form this high-caliber epoch of Florentine perfumery, with an aim to resurrect and continue this rich historical legacy.

All the fragrances and perfumes “i PROFUMI di FIRENZE” created by Spezierie Palazzo Vecchio are known and appreciated for their refinement, the intense use of natural raw materials and for their persistence thanks to the wise  and generous use of base notes.

Additional information

Weight 0,2 kg

Materie Prime

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