Free shipping from €30 to EU countries. Free return. Sample added to test first.
Go to wishlist Wishlist

Shopping cart

Your cart is currently empty

Product image slideshow Items

  • Scopoli Parfums Scopoli - Markievicz - Eau de Parfum
  • Scopoli Parfums Scopoli - Markievicz - Eau de Parfum
  • Scopoli Parfums Scopoli - Markievicz - Eau de Parfum

Scopoli - Markievicz - Eau de Parfum

Incl. tax

Scopoli - Markievicz - Eau de Parfum

The rating of this product is 0 out of 5

In stock

... story

Inspired by Countess Markievicz, the famous Irish revolutionary leader who fought during the Irish Easter Rebellion of 1916 and the subsequent struggle for freedom in Ireland.

The story of Countess Markievicz is that of a woman of fearless determination, idealism, and self-sacrifice in pursuit of freedom for an oppressed people. A woman who has inspired generations of people. 

​Markievicz is a relatively lighter, gender free fragrance, ideally suited for spring and summertime. It kicks of with an enticing citrus herbaceous top, followed by subtle flowers with aromatic undertones from caraway, on a lush and primitive base of spring oakmoss, Japanese genmaicha and Atlas cedar.  

The bottle cap is made in Portugal from cork bark mixed with recycled ocean plastics. 

The illustration (see last picture), in the style of the multicultural Countess, was created in a collaboration between Pakistani artist Awais Nawaz, and Irish artist Áine Duffy.

... notes

Sicilian bergamot, Calabrian grapefruit, Hungarian clary sage, Calabrian lime, fleur d’hyacinth, Austrian caraway seeds, carnation, Japanese genmaicha, spring oakmoss, Atlas Mountain cedarwood

... nose

Chloé Viala & Elena Pérez

... characteristics

20% of Scopoli's profits fund the creation of their very own tutoring initiative for teenagers in vulnerable home situations in Agadir, Morocco.


chypre / floral / mossy woods / spring season
0 stars based on 0 reviews
Add your review
Please accept cookies to help us improve this website Is this OK? Yes No More on cookies »