Sampaquita is the national flower of the Philippines.
Literally translated as “I Promise You”, the sampaquita flower is a symbol of purity and fragility, coupled with fidelity and resolve. The scent opens with an unmistakable Summer bouquet, bursting forth with sun-kissed lychee set on a canvas of bergamot, grass oil and magnolia flowers in full seductive bloom.
Lychee, Grass Oil, Bergamot and Magnolia
Sampaquita Absolute, Freesia, Muguet, Rose and Water Lilies
Musk, Vetiver, Moss and Ambrette Seed
It is thought to have been referred to by the Romans of the area, as far back as 200 BC, as Puccino. The first documented mention of Prosecco come...