Maison Berger Paris Zest of Verbena Lamp Fragrance
Designed in 1898 to purify the air in hospitals, the small catalytic lamp created by pharmacy dispenser Maurice Berger, quickly became very popular with the public. Redesigned by famous designers, embraced by leading figures from the art community (Coco Chanel, Picasso, Colette and Jean Cocteau), it was then fitted with a perfuming function and gradually became a style icon, appreciated for its sleek design and its delicate fragrances.
The Lampe Berger is a functional and attractive accessory which has spanned the years, purifying indoor air and adding an elegant or contemporary touch to every home. In view of this popularity, Maurice Berger’s successors decided to continue to embellish indoor air and developed new rituals with candles, scented bouquets and many more.
Zest of Verbena is a fresh and citrus fragrance. The top releases the sparkling freshness of citrus zest, enhanced by the spicy facet of pink pepper. The refined heart reveals the naturalness of verbena leaves, subtly underlined by lavender and mint. To give roundness and elegance to this olfactory composition, Maison Berger has adorned it with a soft powdery base which combines ambergris and white musk. All the naturalness and vitality of freshly picked verbena. Perfume secret Lemon verbena is used in perfumery for its very fragrant scent. Originating from Peru and Chile, it was introduced in Europe in the 17th century by the Spanish. Today grown in the Andes, where it grows at altitude, verbena is greatly used in perfumery in Eaux de Cologne because its lemon scent is highly appreciated and it adds natural sparkle to olfactory compositions.
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