Dolce Di Giorno opens with juicy notes of Grapefruit and Bergamot which merge with Pepper, Thyme, Cinnamon and Cardamom to finish in a light, elegant dry-down of Vetiver, Sandalwood and Cedarwood.
Referencing the year of its founding, fragrance house Bois 1920 was launched by Tuscany’s Guido Galardi who used locally sourced lavender as the base for many of his early olfactory creations. Today, the brand is helmed by Guido’s grandson Enzo who favors timeless Italian notes such as tobacco, amber, and musk.
Bergamot, Cinnamon, Pepper, Grapefruit
Cardamom, Thyme, Prune
Patchouly Absolute, Haitian Vetiver, Cedar Wood, Labdanum Absolute, Australian Sandalwood, Guaiac Wood, Cashmere Wood, Vanilla