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Eau d'Italie

Morn to Dusk

$5.00

Morn to Dusk doesn’t seem to represent so much a place in Italy, like the other scents in the line, it represents more a feeling through time. Eau d’Italie website describes this soft scent as “A sensual feeling that wraps like a veil of gold, from morning till the sun sets…. Morn to Dusk is the Italian way to Vanilla: simply irresistible.”

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Baume du Doge

$5.00

Launched in 2008 by Eau D`Italie, the Italian indie perfume line that explores the landscapes and history of Italian regions and cities and Baume du Doge is the olfactory expression of Venice’s powerful maritime past, when merchants brought spices, silks and incense from the far east to the hustling port to trade making it the portal between east and west.

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Eau D'Italie

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Eau D'Italie is the signature scent of La Sirenuse, the five-star hotel and spa located in Positano on the Amalfi Coast of Italy.

La Sirenuse is run by Marina Sersale and Sebastien Alvarez Marina, but was started by four Neapolitan brothers from the Sersale family who settled in Positano just after the second world war. Looking to make a better living, they turned their family home into a hotel and opened La Sirenuse in 1951.

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Jardin du Poète

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La Sirenuse is a four-star hotel in Positano on the Amalfi Coast of Italy, and was the summer home of the Sersale family. In 1951 the family converted it into a hotel, which is now run by Marina Sersale and her husband Sebastien Alvarez Marina, who commissioned Bertrand Duchaufour to create a signature scent for the hotel. They named the scent Eau d'Italie.

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