Acqua di Parma introduce new Blu Mediterraneo ancillary products and new scent: Chinotto di Liguria

14th May, 2018


Part of the promotional campaign for Chinotto di Liguria

Acqua di Parma have introduced a new fragrance in their Blu Mediterraneo collection : Chinotto di Liguria. The company have also introduced extra ancillary products for their most popular scents.


Blu Mediterraneo Chinotto di Liguria

Chinotto di Liguria features top notes of chinotto orange and mandarin; heart notes include jasmine, geranium, rosemary and cardamom; and patchouli and musk feature in the base notes.

The company say:

It’s the extremely rare chinotto fruit that makes our new Blu Mediterraneo fragrance: Chinotto di Liguria weaves its own magic. Even the briefest encounter with its enticing bittersweet notes whisks you lightly away to sunlight trickling off waves and a breeze suggestive of wonder and nature. As rare as breathing in Eden, the chinotto is both a symbol of Liguria’s crafting traditions, and a blessed way to bring you there.


The new body products

The company have also added new products of Body Lotion, Hand Cream and Lip Balm. They will be available in five of the collections most popular scents; Arancia di Capri, Bergamotto di Calabria, Fico di Amalfi, Mirto di Panarea as well as new scent, Chinotto di Liguria.

Blu Mediterraneo Chinotto di Liguria is available now as Eau de Toilette as 30ml, 75ml and 150ml; as well as ancillary products of Body lotion, hand cream, lip balm and shower gel.

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      • hednic | 14th May 2018 15:30

        Would love to try this Chinotto di Liguria as it sounds interesting.

      • Palmolive | 14th May 2018 15:53

        It’s very heavy on the jasmine with a sprinkle of herbs that makes it veer strongly to the feminine side with some green feeling notes (chinotto?) and very subdued citrus. It’s in the vein of a late 70s EDC once it dries down even though it opens like an old lady perfume.

        Pass.

      • cacio | 14th May 2018 16:27

        I sprayed Chinotto di Liguria in Europe. The top has a citrusy note with some bitterness (chinotto is indeed somewhat bitter), which I quite like. I didn't pay attention to the drydown so I don't know how it evolves. I'll be revisiting it. I like body products, so I'm happy that AdP makes some of them (even if they are overpriced).

      • hednic | 15th May 2018 15:25

        OK - Thanks for the update. Probably then a pass for me also.

      • hednic | 16th May 2018 21:06

        Got a chance to smell this today in Europe and didn't think it was bad.