Jacomo de Jacomo Rouge by Jacomo de Jacomo for Women
- Eau de Toilette
- 100 ml
The sensual nature of Jacomo De Jacomo Rouge cologne makes it a must-have for date nights. It launched in 2002. Its composition is rich and vibrant, and it begins with notes of fresh green mint, citruses, and cardamom. The middle part is comprised of honeysuckle, lily of the valley, sandalwood, and cedar. The base unifies all these layers with scents of sweet musk, praline, Madagascar vanilla, tonka accords, and patchouli. A fresh and sensual scent with a floral overdose of jasmine and an oriental Fougere. Apply in the creases of your skin and neck for a longer-lasting, stronger scent. After applying, avoid rubbing or dabbing skin. This breaks down the fragrance, causing it to wear off more quickly. If you prefer placing Jacomo de Jacomo au Coeur on your wrists, be sure to reapply after frequent hand-washing, as this tends to rinse off the scent.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- It's light, refreshing, and can be applied often
- Fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: Mint, Cardamom, Lemon
- Heart Notes: Sandalwood, Lily of the Valley, Cedar, Cyclamen
- Base Notes: Vanilla, Tonka Bean, Incense, Praline, Patchouli, Musk
Jacomo has its origins in the late 1960s. American James Kaplan and Frenchman Gerard Courtin met in New York, on 5th Avenue. Both men had a great love for art, music, and design. Pooling their common interests, they created the fashion brand Jacomo (taking the "Ja" from James, the "Co" from Courtin, and the "Mo" being added to give the name a musical touch).
Jacomo perfumes become the brand's main stock in trade after the success of 1972's classic female scent, Silences (still in production today), in the distinctive round black bottle. The company would eventually purchase a large facility in Deauville. Always with an eye for design, a series of successful fragrance launches in the 1980s and 1990s kept the Jacomo name in the hearts and minds of perfume lovers despite lackluster sales.