We do not know whether the creators of the perfume had the romantic town of Albi in southern Occitania, whose historical bishop's quarter belongs to the Unesco world heritage. Perhaps, however, they borrowed the southern flair and historical charm of the marvelous "red city", and let both of them flow into their fresh-spicy fragrance event Albi. Actually intended for gentlemen, the greenish shimmering Tonatto Albi may well be put up by women. At any time of day or night. It looks like a fresh breeze that blows from the sea and carries the touch of lavender and spices through the medieval streets. We from Parfumlounge find: very refreshing, very spicy, very pleasant!
Parfumlounge Duftpyramide: Albi
Head note: Lavender, Vetiver and Pomeranze
Heart note: black pepper and rose
Base note: Eichenmoos
Parfumlounge Tip: Albi
The "Red City" is always worth a trip! With its brick buildings and red tiled roofs, the Albi is situated not far from Toulouse to the banks of the River Tarn. Since 2010 the Bischofsviertel has been a UNESCO World Heritage site. The cityscape is dominated by the Gothic Cathedral Sainte Cécile. In the sixteenth century, Italian artists were embellished with the depiction of the "recent court". The neighboring Bishop's palace Palais de la Berbie now houses the museum of the famous post-Impressionist Toulouse-Lautrec. Also shown are works by other artists such as Edgar Degas and Auguste Rodin.