Eau de Hongrie is a 14th-century composition of soft bergamot and jasmine notes on a warm background of amber and cistus. Authentic, timeless and elegantly sober, it never fails to charm.
Top notes: bergamot, mandarin, lemon and pineapple
Heart notes: Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Galbanum
Base notes: cedarwood, amber, rockrose
Michael Edwards Fragrance Wheel
Developed by esteemed fragrance expert Michael Edwards, the Fragrance Wheel divides scents into 4 different families – Floral, Ambery, Woods and Fresh, containing a total of 14 subfamilies.
All perfumes have a place on the Fragrance Wheel depending on their olfactive properties. By identifying your favourite families, you can easily discover new fragrances that you'll enjoy.