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.
About Annick Goutal:
After success as a pianist and model, founder Annick Goutal met perfumer Henri Sorsana in 1977. He introduced her to the world of perfume making, and she spent the next seven years honing her talent as an extraordinary nose. Annick Goutal fragrances have a devoted cult following, with loyal fans from Hollywood stars to European fashion designers.