Camille Goutal and Isabelle Doyen were working on a formula inspired by the legendary Garden of the Hesperides. That's when they discovered the existence of the Gardens of Ninfa, a fairy tale Eden situated south of Rome through which flows the Ninfeo river.
Once there, they were overwhelmed by a shared emotion: their perfume was right there, in the air, intense around them, the perfume they had been working on for months. Its name came to them quite naturally: Ninfeo mio.
Notes: Citrusy, green, woody, fresh, lively, vivacious, warm, milky.