The fragrance is the epitome of Italian excellence. The most amazing moment of the 1861 Renaissance is the opening, when one encounters the first wonderful hints of bergamot. As clear, as vibrant as a diamond. Petitgrain, lime and orange bring a typical citric depth. As with the bergamot, you can feel that only the highest quality raw essences have been used!
The heart is a transparent sea of flowers, with green floral notes of roses and lilies of the valley, the addition of mint gives a dynamic twist!
The woody amber base gives the fragrance body and patchouli, cedar and a hint of musk round it off. Italian liveliness can be found in this harmonious fragrance, which perfectly reflects the maxim “beautiful and high quality”.
Calabrian bergamot, tangerine, lime, petit grain
Bulgarian rose, mint, lily of the valley
Cedar wood, patchouli, amber; musk
The XERJOFF brand was launched by Sergio Momo with the aim of mixing the most luxurious materials according to traditional craftsmanship in order to create fragrances that perfectly enrich and round off any exclusive lifestyle.
In 1861, the individual states of the Apennine Peninsula united under the leadership of King Victor Emmanuel II to form a united Italy. The young nation has always been home to poets, saints and seafarers, who shaped Italy's reputation around the world with a special talent for creativity.
The 150th anniversary of this association was a very special event for Italy and XERJOFF honored this with the launch of the XJ 1861 fragrance, which perfectly stages the artistic heritage of XERJOFF's homeland.
A new, modern, yet classic shape, made especially for Xerjoff in the oldest glass factory in Tuscany. The flacon also bears the Italian flag, in homage to the year 1861.The precious flacon is crowned by the typical golden and very distinctive Xerjoff cap.
Extremely citric scent not bad but not for everyone.
Very good scent not beast mode now but works and not one must have tested it a lot there are better from xerjoff I give this 8.5/10
Great scent but too citrusy. Too much lemon. Not really my taste.