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Jacomo Eau de Toilette by Jacomo Jacomo

Jacomo Eau de Toilette by Jacomo Jacomo is a 1980 Oriental Woody Cologne by Jacomo for man. The perfumer artist behind this fragrance is Christian Mathieu . Top notes are Rosemary, Lavender, Basil, Petitgrain, Bergamot, Lemon, Cardamom, Galbanum, Marjoram. Middle notes are Coriander, Sandalwood, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cedar, Geranium, Rosewood, Cloves, Caraway. Base notes are Leather, Amber, White musks, Oak moss, Vanilla, Patchouli.


Jacomo de Jacomo, an ultra masculine tribute

In the late 1960s, they teamed up to open a leather accessories store on New York’s 5th Avenue. As soon as their store opened, products were taken by storm and the Jacomo brand became the star of the jet-set. They adopt a very quickly appreciated “couture” style, which they also broadcast in their perfumes. The first brand fragrance, created in 1970, “Eau Cendrée” has become a best-steller. In 1980, Jacomo presented “Jacomo”, a very oriental masculine fragrance.

Jacomo, a reference to the name of the brand

As a tribute to the Jacomo brand, the creators choose to name their perfume with the same name, so it will be “Jacomo de Jacomo”. But beware, “Jacomo” does not only bear the name of the house that gave birth to it, it is the spirit of it… Like the brand, the masculine fragrance will then deliver a fiery and dynamic character. “Jacomo de Jacomo” reveals the personality of the man who wears it. Elegant and extremely attractive, the latter attracts with its natural charisma. Sober and chic, “Jacomo de Jacomo” is no less a racy, ultra-masculine fragrance.

Jacomo de Jacomo, its spicy oriental notes

The composition of “Jacomo de Jacomo” reveals a vibrant, oriental, woody and spicy energy. “Jacomo de Jacomo” begins with the fresh and citrus notes of lemon. These are associated with the aromatic notes of lavender, basil and marjoram. As for the galbanum, it offers a great breath of greenery. The heart is an amazing blend of spices like cinnamon and cloves. The patchouli leaves a woody trail that contrasts with the spices. The background of “Jacomo Jacomo” is very sensual and ultra masculine. It is composed of ambergris, vanilla, oakmoss and leather. As for the bottle, it reflects the composition, sober and chic. Rectangular, it is adorned with black which contrasts with the metallic gray of the cabochon. The bottle combines aesthetics, technicality and modernity. Underneath its clean lines,

Jacomo de Jacomo is an ultra masculine fragrance that is intended to be a tribute to the origins of the Jacomo house. Very sophisticated, this essence is composed of oriental and spicy notes which make it an essence at the forefront of masculine elegance. The fiery character of “Jacomo” makes it a racy fragrance for men who stand confidently through time.

The Jacomo house, founded by an American, James Kaplan, and a Frenchman, Gérard Courtin, has stood out since the 1960s with a particularly assertive avant-garde style that befits both the American jet-set where the first stores are established and to a European audience. Passionate about perfumery, Gérard Courtin made the choice to propose Silences, a beautiful feminine perfume in 1978. Then the house proposed a bewitching male perfume in 1980 under the name , finally logical, of Jacomo.

Jacomo or the essence of a virile and distinguished man signed by perfumer Christian Mathieu

The Jacomo house has often been talked about for its haute-couture models with a very new spirit -Yorkis but also very innovative. Regarding the creation of perfumes, the inspiration is almost the same and Silences like Jacomo will be the perfumed spokespersons of the New York style so peculiar to the 80s throughout the world.

In order to compose his handsome masculine Jacomo, Gérard Courtin called on a very promising young perfumer, Christian Mathieu. A very first collaboration which will prove to be a great success and which will follow in time well after Jacomo with the creation of Cœur de Parfum or even Perles de silences.

The success of these various fragrances, including the bestseller Jacomo, is particularly due to the fact that Christian Mathieu is not the man to be guided by marketing trends. He likes to innovate and invent, while being inspired by street fashion, this is precisely how he will compose Jacomo and make it one of the best-selling men’s perfumes of the 80s. Subsequently, this very first perfume brought him so much popularity that he will become the author of the legendary Kenzo pour Homme which will also mark his era with his visionary imprint.

When the eternal masculine fragrance bursts into bursts of freshness and of wood: Jacomo de Jacomo

The Jacomo house has known, notably thanks to the legendary masculine Jacomo released in 1980, years of success and great commercial outings. However, the 2000s were not good for the house and its new recipe to pick up the scent thread of its history will be to create all Jacomo perfumes in France in order to ensure the high quality of the raw materials as well as of the final scent. Since the 2010s, Jacomo de Jacomo has therefore been a 100% made in France perfume.

“To make the eau de toilette (60% of the activity), Jacomo receives concentrates. Then, we make the perfume from A to Z. We are at the forefront of luxury. “.

The handsome Jacomo has everything to please and does not hesitate to play his timeless chords to seduce us again and again. Its powerful and invigorating aromatic opening is conceived as a concentrate of the most beautiful aromatic herbs. Then in the heart are the spices of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves that echo them to be better coated with sensual notes of cedar, sandalwood and rosewood. Finally, the leathery-woody depths blend with warm amber notes to better curl up in a few white musks. A wake that becomes virile strength while being incredibly soft. & Nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp;
“Jacomo de Jacomo embodies masculinity in its purest form. The man who wears it is a strong, active and seductive man. »Jacomo for Jacomo.

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