Collection: Orange Blossom

The name of the orange blossom comes from its appearance and its characteristic smell. Indeed, this white blossom diffuses a sweet and delicate perfume that reminds that of the orange. The term "orange tree" comes from the Latin "aurantium", which means orange. The orange blossom is also called "neroli", from the name of the Italian princess Anne-Marie de la Tremoille, countess of Nerola, a great lover of this scent. Legend has it that she perfumed her gloves and linens with orange blossom water, thus popularizing the use of this flower in perfumery.