Perris Monte Carlo - Italy Collection- Cedro di Diamante
A tribute to the sun-drenched yellow jewel of southern Italy - lively, refreshing, invigorating
The Diamante citrus fruit (Italian: Cedro di Diamante) is a type of lemon named after the small town Diamante in Calabria, on the south-west coast of Italy. The Calabrian Diamante lemon - already praised by poets such as Byron and D'Annunzio - is one of the most exquisite citrus jewels in the Mediterranean. Its unique fresh, sweet and non-acidic aroma forms the soul of 'Cedro di Diamante'. The precious citrus essence, which - due to its unsurpassed quality - lasts longer than any other citrus scent, is married with floral and energetic notes of pepper and cardamom. In the base, oakmoss and musk remind of the peace and tranquility of an unspoilt landscape and a moment of complete well-being. A refreshing and lively fragrance, like a beautiful reminder of a sunny morning walk with views of the deep blue sea and the sparkling scent of lemon.