Roberto Ugolini - Marzocco
Every Florentine knows this famous lion: Marzocco. The noble heraldic animal is one of the landmarks of Florence. The sculpture, created by the sculptor Donatello in 1420, is located in the Museo del Bargello. Furthermore, a copy made of sandstone is situated in Piazza della Signora, in front of the Palazzo Vecchio.
In light colors, the mane of the proud Marzocco lion shines under the Italian sun, with the fruity and sparkling citrus notes of mandarin, lime and lemon, which embody the spirit of the Italian summer. Magnificent orange blossoms and jasmine flowers exude their unique, beguiling nobility that honors the Marzocco.
The base note is a filigree, well-balanced and elegant blend of spicy vanilla accents, mystical patchouli, dry cedar wood, powdery musk and a selection of the finest woods.