Italy is known for the abundance of citrus fruit that thrives in the warm Mediterranean sun. Oranges, lemons, limes and mandarins blossom year round to create a crisp, herbaceous scent for all seasons.
Limonaia di Sant'Andrea
Sant’Andrea is the home of Limonaia, a conservatory of lemon trees where the bright citrus scent transports you. Combined with notes of basil and cedar wood, the results are a fragrance that is uniquely crisp and beautiful.
Casa dei Mandarini
Literally translated, Casa del Mandarini means “the house of mandarins.” It sits atop a sunny cliff and overlooks endless fields of Mandarin orange trees that envelope your senses and fill the air with scents of cistus, jasmine and olive wood.
Giardino degli Aranci
Rich green vines climb the open gates, while abundant orange and lemon trees line each walkway. This is the beauty of Giardino degli Aranci – a fragrance that captures the scents of these magical citrus gardens filled with oranges, myrtle and jasmine.