With the new ETRANGO, Berlin’s iconic perfume house J.F. Schwarzlose rewrites an exciting chapter in its own history. In 1929, the original ETRANGO scent launched with an orange-gold label that featured a stylised silhouette of a metropolis.
ETRANGO contains both the French word “étrange” (strange, unknown) but it also sounds like “tango”. Thus, ETRANGO invites metropolitan molecules to dance, inspires curiosity for the unknown and leaves the ordinary behind.
ETRANGO is the most complex fragrance the perfume company has ever developed. Based on an original that was already called a "fantasy perfume" at the beginning of the 20th century, perfumer Véronique Nyberg has composed a voluminous cocktail of aromas that reflects all facets of Berlin. Each and every olfactory note is an invitation into the vaudeville of imagination.
ETRANGO's warmth has the power to harmoniously combine supposed contrasts - just as everyone can create their own version of Berlin and from their projections an overall picture emerges. ETRANGO combines opulent floral notes, exotic spicy aromas and an earthy trio of patchouli, moss and cypriol.
bergamot, cumin, saffron, Arabian jasmine, Damascena rose, carnation, patchouli, treemoss, cypriol
Alcohol Denat. – Parfum (Fragrance) – Aqua (Water) – Limonene – Linalool – BHT – Benzyl Alcohol – Benzyl Benzoate – Cinnamal – Citral – Citronellol – Eugenol – Farnesol – Geraniol – Isoeugenol