Gucci Bloom By For Women Eau De Parfum Spray 1 Fl Oz
The original version of the fragrance Gucci Bloom, created by Alessandro Michele and made by perfumer Alberto Morillas, looks like a magical imaginary garden full of flowers and plants. It was she who became the basis for creating a more intense version-Gucci Bloom Flower Ambrosia. A new element appears in a rich bouquet of ingredients-a rare and persistent note of the delicate root of the iris. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it as an essential oil.
To date, this iconic ingredient, which is obtained from the resin of a plant that blooms in May in Tuscany, is valued for its weight in gold. The second new note-Damascus rose-refers to a particular and rare variety of roses, torn in the early morning for the dramatic taste sound. Unlike the classic olfactory pyramid with superior, substantial and brush-like notes, Gucci Bloom’s perfumed water is revealed at the same time with noble and rare flower chords: jasmine buds, tuberose, Yangon Liana, Rose and delicate Iris root.