Light Blue Pour Homme
Eau de Toilette Spray
A chilled cocktail of Italian bergamot, juicy frozen grapefruit and sun-sweetened Sicilian mandarin – each cold-pressed from the peel of the fruit – opens the fragrance, topped with juniper berries which add an exhilarating tang. The fresh energy of these sparkling citruses evolves to an intensely masculine heart of aromatic rosemary and sensual rosewood. These are sharpened by the spicy kick of Sichuan pepper, which carries subtle undertones of citrus, making it a perfect complement to the fragrance’s citrus top notes. Incense, oak moss and sensual musks create an alluringly warm, woody base, underscoring the scent’s powerfully seductive character.
The two bottles perfectly complement one another, with iconic silhouettes that combine tradition with modernity. The frosted glass of the bottles suggests the freshness of the fragrances within, and the blue caps recall the azure waters and cerulean skies of Capri.
Light Blue pour Homme embodies a joyful and adventurous spirit, a contemporary Mediterranean man, full of charm and vitality. The work of celebrated perfumer Alberto Morillas, the fragrance captures this fresh energy through an invigorating blend of Mediterranean citruses – zesty bergamot, juicy Sicilian mandarin and tangy frozen grapefruit. His masculine charisma is reflected in the striking contrast of rosemary, Sichuan pepper and Juniper berries, while his sensual magnetism is amplified by warm woods and seductive musks.
- Top notes
- Juniper, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Sicilian Mandarin
- Heart notes
- Sichuan Pepper, Rosemary, Rosewood
- Base notes
- Incense, Musk Wood, Oak
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Light Blue Pour Homme is the quintessence of joy of life and seduction, capturing the energy of the beautiful and sunny Mediterranean sea.
This Eau de Toilette opens with refreshing bergamot, juicy, sun-drenched Sicilian mandarin, and the frozen grapefruit peel and aromatic juniper.
In the heart Sichaun pepper and sensual rosewood give strong masculinity and an understated blend of American muskwood, incense and oak moss establish innate sexiness.