The Italian island of Pantelleria hides a closely guarded secret embodied in the masculine fragrance Acqua di Gio Homme Eau de Toilette. Among a vast collection of perfumes, Giorgio Armani singled out this marvelous piece of art as a truly masculine scent that is so light yet distinguished and easily remembered.
The scent subtly opens up with a shower of fresh Calabrian bergamot, neroli and green tangerine. The magnificent Calabrian bergamot is extensively used in perfumery for its sweetness and coolness, whilst the lightness of neroli slowly and tenderly occupies your mind with its refreshing honeyed floral aroma. The final blend component of green tangerine is so captivating that people even use it in aromatherapy practices.
Moving on to the heart, aquatic notes of beyond lovely jasmine petal, healing rock rose, complex and indescribable rosemary, and ozonic marine notes. Of course, this combination would not be complete without the presence of fruity persimmon! The conclusion is made with cedarwood, warm Indonesian patchouli, and pungent musky smell.