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Deodorant Spray by Agua de Colonia Concentrada (150ml Deodorant)


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Size: 150ml deodorant

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By Scent: citrus
By Country: spain



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Founded in 1899, Alvarez Gomez is the oldest perfumery in Spain. Agua de Colonia Concentrada (first introduced in 1912!) evokes the lovely, fresh Mediterranean fragrances of Lemon, Thyme, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Geranium and Rosemary. Enjoy this refreshing fragrance in a 105ml deodorant spray. Highly popular in Europe (especially in Spain), but hitherto difficult to source in the UK and USA, we know this timeless deodorant will delight everyone who is lucky enough to own it.

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EAN: 8422385199216


MPN: DEAE

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Agua de Colonia Review

February 11, 2014

JQ and TQ discuss the classic Spanish fragrance Agua de Colonia Concentrada, a very fresh, clean and natural-smelling cologne with notes of Spanish lavender, lemon, geranium, eucalyptus, rosemary, thyme, English lavender and bergamot.

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About Agua de Colonia Concentrada:

Agua de Colonia Concentrada is a Madrid-based, family-owned business that dates back to 1899. All of their products are based on its signature scent, Agua de Colonia Concentrada. It's a very fresh, clean and natural-smelling cologne with notes of Spanish lavender, lemon, geranium, eucalyptus, rosemary, thyme, English lavender and bergamot. Agua de Colonia Concentrada was created in 1912, and Alvarez Gomez  (the creator) claims that its formula remains unchanged.