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Chia CONCENTRATO EXTRACT 100 ml

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  • Chia CONCENTRATO EXTRACT 100 ml
  • Chia CONCENTRATO EXTRACT 100 ml
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Farmacia SS. Annunziata - Chia CONCENTRATO EXTRACT 100 ml 

Following the rules of our tradition established over a hundred years ago, we bring you the Concentrato, a perfume with unique qualities created by our master perfumers by combining passion and expertise.

Maturing time: 1 year.
Percentage of essence: 25%
A sweet and refined aroma. A cotton candy fragrance, a reminiscence of festivals and games, eternal childhood.

Chia by Farmacia SS Annunziata is an extravagant confection of sugary gourmand notes, filled with marzipan and rounded off with a touch of citrus. Deliciously flirtatious, Chia wears its cheery, sugary heart on its sleeve and reveals without much ado its impartial sweetness. Cotton candy mixed with orange and soft, powdery rose envelop the sweet almond notes. Delicious hazelnuts, vanilla and musk add more depth and creaminess, although they never overshadow the candied rose and almond notes which lend this rare sugary fragrance its elegance. Chia is a very charming and delicious fragrance that will enchant all lovers of gentle, sweet fragrances.

Chia is an extravagant, seductive and gourmet fragrance that exudes charm and elegance. This exquisite fragrant composition is made of almond, orange, rose, candy floss, vanilla, amber and musk notes.

Floral Fruity Gourmand
Top Note: Citric Notes, Floral Notes
Heart Note: Sugar, Orange, Rose, Almond
Base Note: Hazelnut, Vanilla, Ambergris, Musk

The Brand
We discovered this line the old fashioned way – by traveling to Italy and combing the shops for treasures. At first it seemed we had simply found one outstanding fragrance – imagine our delight in discovering an entire line of exquisite scents from a brand with such an extraordinary, and virtually unknown, history. Farmacia SS Annunziata is one of Italy’s oldest brands and is believed to have been housed in the monastery of the Benedictine monks of St. Nicholas as early as the start of the fifteenth century.



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