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ACQUA DI GIO ABSOLU EDP 125 ML

Rs. 75,000.00

Acqua di Giò Absolu by Giorgio Armani is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. 

The new version of the iconic Acqua di Gio edition, an Absolu variation, is presented in 2018 as a marine-woody interpretation in which fruits, marine notes and a wooden base create harmony in a new, expressive way.

The fragrance has been announced as one that brings a new sensuality to the collection and as a sophisticated and masculine mixture of marine aromas with patchouli.

The composition celebrates the fusion of water and wood; the new chapter of Acqua di Gio shares the expression of a man's connection with nature, and the liberation of his inner strength and freedom.

Top notes are Sea Notes, Bergamot, Pear, Grapefruit, Apple and Lemon;

middle notes are Lavender, Rosemary and Geranium;

base notes are Woody Notes, Tonka Bean, Patchouli, Amberwood and Labdanum.

Top Notes

Sea Notes
Bergamot
Pear
Grapefruit
Apple
Lemon

Middle Notes

Lavender
Rosemary
Geranium

Base Notes

Woody Notes
Tonka Bean
Patchouli
Amberwood
Labdanum
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