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Green Tea /The Vert by Roger & Gallet
Green Tea / The Vert
Equally liked by men and women: The pure and refined harmony of the tea mingles with the natural freshness of citrus fruit (tangerine, grapefruit, yuzzu), and the subtle sensuality of wood (cedar and guaiacum).
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Green Tea: The tender majesty of Mount Fuji at dawn
Let your imagination fly to the luminous spirituality of Mount Fuji, whose sacred slopes rise up from among the tea fields. Your senses awaken and your mind is set free under a natural cascade of green tea and citrus fruits blended with the subtle sensuality of precious wood.
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The Art of Toiletry
History of Roger & Gallet (France): In 1806, Jean-Marie Farina, the heir to the formula for Eau de Cologne, opened a perfumery business in rue Saint-Honore, Paris. He supplied the great courts of Europe. Napoleon was a wholehearted user and had a boot flask specially made for him to carry in his boot - the flask was called the "Rouleau de l'Empereur".
Today, Roger & Gallet fragrances include: Almond Blossom, Bamboo, Carnation, Extra Vieille / Jean Marie Farina, Fern, Gardenia, Ginger, Green Tea, Jean Marie Farina / Extra Vieille, Lavande Royale, Lettuce, Lily of the Valley, Linden Blossom, Magnolia, Oat Milk, Pink Grapefruit, Sandalwood, Tea Rose.
The Art of Roger et Gallet, Paris Toiletry: Roger & Gallet's Extra-Vieille Eau de Cologne is still made according to Jean-Marie Farina's original formula of natural citrus-fruit essences and aromatic plants. In 1862 the heirs to Maison Farina, Armand Roger and Charles Gallet, formed a partnership which sealed the company's future. They were to modernize the universe of perfumes and colognes.
Forerunners in modern cosmetics, Roger and Gallet invented the first beauty care and make-up products (face powder and lipsticks) and they gave a new meaning to the art of toiletry. In 1879, they created the first Roger et Gallet round bath soap, which was wrapped in the famous pleated paper and ring.