In the hot and humid Sri Lanka the cultivation of Camelia Sinensis, the plant from which tea is produced all over the world is relatively recent. This plant was cultivated towards the end of the 19th century when a bacterial infection infested the island’s large coffee plantations and was replaced by new crops of this plant which became so famous in the world. The plants grew lush and the bright green of these leaflets began to change the appearance of the mountainous areas of the island of Ceylon.
Green and pure like meadows, tea is like our fragrance: floral with sparkling and sensual notes. Locherber Milano's dream: to evoke all these experiences with a perfume and present them in the most beautiful of caskets that they could draw.
bergamot, lemon, orange, lily of the valley, jasmine, green tea, violet, amber, musk
The cap has the shape of a diamond and is handcrafted from a single piece of white painted ash wood.
Sandblasted glass bottle.
Jacquard fabric label.
Product presented with sticks in an elegant box.
How to use
The duration of a fragrance depends on the size of the environment in which it is placed, the temperature, direct sunlight and air currents that can accelerate evaporation.
Keep the level in the diffuser for at least half of its contents and avoid that the amount of oxygen in the bottle affects the evaporation speed too much.
Place the diffuser on a stable surface.
Refilling: remove the cap and use a funnel to pour the fragrance in the bottle. Clean the outside diffuser with a slightly damp cloth before placing the cap back.
Keep the diffuser away from heat and direct light sources.