Gucci Bloom introduces brand new chapter with Ambrosia di Fiori — a fragrance inspired by the sustenance of the Greek gods which was thought to give immortality to those who consume it.
Back in 2017 is when Gucci Bloom made its debut. Creative Director Alessandro Michele joined hands with master perfumer Alberto Morillas, which led to a whole new revolution of floral fragrances. The two reinvented the means of floral with the Gucci Bloom fragrance line — and this new addition of Ambrosia di Fiori will make no difference, yet even more unique like the Ambrosia favoured by the Greek gods.
Gucci Bloom Ambrosia di Fiori is an open invitation for those who wear it to celebrate their true self. No emotions neglected as this fragrance holds the same properties that an elegant woman holds dearly — elegant, vibrant and pure. The fragrance invites its wearer to celebrate her authenticity and the emotions she feels — giving her the freedom to be who she wants to be.
A more intensified version of the original, the scent is deepened in a refined Eau de Parfum Intense. It matches the same expression, starting with original Gucci Bloom‘s notes of noble and rare flowers; such as Jasmine Bud extract, Tuberose and Rangoon Creeper. Two new ingredients, Orris and Damascena Rose, are added to enhance its floral nuances. The scent then radiates with elegance and deep femininity, much like a sophisticated woman of today.
Orris is derived from the resin of the flower which blooms in Tuscany — said to be more valuable than gold like how only the Ancient Greeks and Romans use it as an essential oil. Damascena Rose is an iconic breed of rose, that is harvested in the early morning for a more powerful and potent finish.
This intensified take on the scent is unlike any other with its take on the construction of the notes — top, heart and base. The fragrance immediately opens fully at once with the rare flowers of Jasmine Bud extract, Tuberose, Rangoon Creeper, Damascena Rose and Velvety Orris coming together in one accord.
Gucci Bloom Ambrosia di Fiori is available here.