Carthusia Uomo
Carthusia Uomo

The history of Carthusia perfumes emanates from the monastery of San Giacomo on the island of Capri. Carthusia fragrances continue to be developed from the ancient distillation techniques that were used by the monks in 1380.
Carthusia Uomo is a fresh and leathery scent with a hint of spice: a classic for Man. Imagine yourself in a finely crafted Italian suit, a pair of black leather oxfords, and a slightly unbuttoned white shirt. A breeze of fresh air that evokes the scent of the sea, cedar and cashmere wood.


Carthusia Uomo

men's fragrance

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Families :
fougere aromatic
Head notes :
bergamot, citrus, fruity notes, lemon, marin notes
Heart notes :
cedar, freesia, geranium, jasmine, lavender, lily of the valley, marin notes, patchouli
Base notes :
amber, cashmere wood, cedar, musk, oakmoss, rosewood, sandalwood, woody notes

alcohol denat, parfum (fragrance), aqua (water), benzyl salicylate, benzyl alcohol, benzyl cinnamate, cinnamyl alcohol, limonene, butylphenyl methylpropional, geraniol, linalool, citronellol, eugenol, citral, coumarin, benzyl benzoate

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Capri, 1380, the Prior of St. James's Charterhouse ("carthusia" in Latin) was caught by a surprise visit of the Queen Joan I Anjou. A welcome bouquet of the most beautiful flowers of the island. As he went to throw them away after 3 days, he noticed the water was perfumed. This emblematic scent was traced back to the wild carnation of Capri the "Garofilium Silvester Caprese".

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